Zoorassic Park: Did the dinosaurs really go extinct?

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An incredible attraction is at the San Antonio Zoo and the Witte Museum: Zoorassic Park. This exhibition will be presented until August 26th, 2018.

Surprise yourself with more than a dozen of prehistoric creatures that have arrived to San Antonio to invade the zoo, challenging visitors to reconsider their extinction. Get face to face with natural size dinosaurs for a captivating experience and memorable for the entire family.

Zoorassic Park presents species such as Triceratops, Spinosaurus, Omeisaurus and the so known Tyrannosaurus Rex. With a great height of 18 feet, these dinosaurs will impact all attendees, in addition in this exhibition you will learn what dinosaurs in earth teach us and all threats animals have to face in wildlife.

You will also be a paleontologist for one day with the activities that propose fossil excavation. In addition of the zoo it offers thematic food regardless if you are an herbivore, omnivore or carnivore, even the famous Riverview Restaurant has been transformed into a Dino Diner offering a delicious churro-saurus.

Take this marvelous trip back to the incredible days of dinosaurs in San Antonio with two exciting exhibitions, for a small price. This exhibition is ready to daily receive you and it is included with standard admission and is free for members.

More information:

San Antonio Zoo
3903 N. St. Mary’s St., San Antonio, TX 78212
(210) 7347184
sazoo.org