Dinosaurs roamed the Earth millions of years ago and have been extinct for a very long time yet they continue to fascinate people of all generations.
Many of us wonder what it would have been like to live among these mammoth animals. And thanks to a show coming to the Bell Centre Aug. 13-17, you now have a chance to see what it would be like live on a dinosaur-filled planet.
Walking with Dinosaurs showcases 20 life-sized dinosaur replicas, including the infamous Tyrannosaurus Rex. A team of three people is needed to operate each dinosaur because of the sheer size. Children and adults will be able to learn about these creatures while being entertained (young kids may be frightened).
It is based on a six-part documentary television miniseries with the same name, produced by BBC, which first aired in 1999. First performed in Australia in 2007, it has toured the world and more than eight million people having seen the show.
Tickets cost $28 to $76 and can be purchased online.
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For more information, visit dinosaurlive.com.