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    Dinosaurs Return to Nashville Zoo March 11

    The following is a press release:

    Starting March 11, guests at Nashville Zoo will have a chance to embark on a prehistoric adventure with DinoTrek, a wooded trail featuring more than 20 life-size animatronic dinosaurs. Last seen at the Zoo in 2014, DinoTrek will run through the end of July.

    DinoTrek begins at a hidden entrance near the Zoo’s Historic Grassmere Home and Farm and winds along a forest path where guests discover life-like prehistoric beasts that move, growl, hiss, roar, and even spit. Educational signs allow all guests to learn more about the 20 different species on display, and young paleontologists can conduct their own mini-excavation in a fossil sandpit.

    The animatronic dinosaurs are built on a steel frame by Texas-based Billings Productions Inc. and covered in intricately painted epoxy skin. Species include Allosaurus, Amargasaurus, Carnotaurus, Citipati, Coelophysis, Compsognathus, Deinonychus, Diablocertops, Dilophosaurus, Edmontonia, Megalosaurus, Pachyrinosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Quetzalcoatlus, Suchomimus, Utahraptor, and Tyrannosaurus Rex.

    Billings Productions Inc. is a world leader in the design and development of animatronic exhibits for zoos, museums, botanical gardens, and theme parks. Their company aims to promote awareness of prehistoric life and endangered wildlife for all ages, and Nashville Zoo is excited to partner with them once again for DinoTrek.

    Admission to DinoTrek is $4 per person. Children under 2 years old are free. Tickets will be available for purchase online, at the Zoo’s Entry Village, and at the entrance to the exhibit. For more information on DinoTrek, visit www.nashvillezoo.org.

    The following is a press release:

    Starting March 11, guests at Nashville Zoo will have a chance to embark on a prehistoric adventure with DinoTrek, a wooded trail featuring more than 20 life-size animatronic dinosaurs. Last seen at the Zoo in 2014, DinoTrek will run through the end of July.

    DinoTrek begins at a hidden entrance near the Zoo's Historic Grassmere Home and Farm and winds along a forest path where guests discover life-like prehistoric beasts that move, growl, hiss, roar, and even spit. Educational signs allow all guests to learn more about the 20 different species on display, and young paleontologists can conduct their own mini-excavation in a fossil sandpit.

    The animatronic dinosaurs are built on a steel frame by Texas-based Billings Productions Inc. and covered in intricately painted epoxy skin. Species include Allosaurus, Amargasaurus, Carnotaurus, Citipati, Coelophysis, Compsognathus, Deinonychus, Diablocertops, Dilophosaurus, Edmontonia, Megalosaurus, Pachyrinosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Quetzalcoatlus, Suchomimus, Utahraptor, and Tyrannosaurus Rex.

    Billings Productions Inc. is a world leader in the design and development of animatronic exhibits for zoos, museums, botanical gardens, and theme parks. Their company aims to promote awareness of prehistoric life and endangered wildlife for all ages, and Nashville Zoo is excited to partner with them once again for DinoTrek.

    Admission to DinoTrek is $4 per person. Children under 2 years old are free. Tickets will be available for purchase online, at the Zoo's Entry Village, and at the entrance to the exhibit. For more information on DinoTrek, visit www.nashvillezoo.org.

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