Jurassic Park dinosaurs set to roam on earth again in Dubai

December 24th, 2007 - 3:23 pm ICT by admin  

London, Dec 24 (ANI): The Natural History Museum has reportedly signed a deal to create a Jurassic Park of life-size robotic dinosaurs, which will wander freely among visitors.

The project will see hi-tech animatronic dinosaurs, including the dreaded Tyrannosaurus Rex, roaming around in the park.

The park named Restless Planet is due to open in Dubai in 2010.

The creatures will be so developed that their breath will stink, and they will respond to visitors actions and even the colour of their clothes.

The other species such as pterodactyls and diplodocus are all set to roam around the landscape.

We want to create a hybrid of a theme park and a museum that will allow people to experience a Jurassic-era habitat, the Sun quoted Audrey OConnell, director, as saying.

In Steven Spielbergs 1993 blockbuster Jurassic Park, dinosaurs are reproduced from DNA but then run amok.

A consultant on the film, Palaeontologist Jack Horner, suggested the museum: Jurassic Park was a drama. This time everyone wants it to be accurate.

The park will be as big as ten football pitches, and comprise of two climate-controlled buildings, grassland and woodland divided into different time periods.

The project is part of oil-rich Dubai’s grand plan to become the world’s premier tourist destination. (ANI)

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