Jurassic Leeds

6th February 1998 at 00:00
Eighteen dinosaurs, many robotic, will be on display in their natural habitats, complete with sound effects and smells in "Dinosaurs: the next generation" at the Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds, from February 13 to May 4.

One exhibit, the Utahraptor - a carnivore from the late Jurassic period - has never been on display in the UK before. CD-Roms and videos will provide background information.

Visitors will be able to dig for fossils and assemble a dinosaur skeleton and a model land-scape with toy dinosaurs. For information tel: 0990 106666 or 0113 2201888.

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