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Discover the Dinosaurs exhibit roars into Myrtle Beach

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Dinosaurs are taking over the Myrtle Beach Convention Center! It's not Jurassic Park, but you may see some familiar faces from the film as the Discover the Dinosaurs exhibit roars into town October 17 and 18.

The exhibit consists of 8-to-10 scenes. Each one represents dinosaurs from a different period of time when they roamed the earth. It uses special lighting, sound effects, animatronics and fog to take you back in time. Everything will remind you of the prehistoric period, from the backdrops, rocks and flooring to the plant materials. You'll be able to touch many of the dino's that are non-moving.

There's more than the different scenes. A dino dig let's kids and adults become paleontologist's, brushing away sand to get to dinosaur fossils beneath. There's also a dino theater, a dino den for younger kids, dinosaur rides, inflatables, gem and fossil painting, mini golf and face painting. 

Exhibit times are the same Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

For ticketing information, visit the website: http://www.discoverthedinosaurs.com/Events/myrtle.html

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