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Dinosaurs Take Over BMS South Building as Jurassic Quest Returns for a Weekend of Interactive Fun

John M. Dabbs

Jurassic Quest, North America's largest and most realistic dinosaur exhibition, has once again taken over Bristol Motor Speedway for a weekend of interactive fun. This year, the event promises to be bigger and better than ever before, featuring over 100 true-to-life size dinosaurs from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods.

The exhibit includes animatronic dinosaurs that move, blink, roar, and even breathe, providing a truly immersive experience for visitors of all ages. In addition to the lifelike dinosaur displays, the event offers a range of hands-on activities, including digging up fossils, riding life-sized dinosaurs, and even participating in a dino-themed obstacle course.

According to Jurassic Quest, the event is designed to be entertaining and educational, with each display providing detailed information about the dinosaurs. Visitors can learn about the different types of dinosaurs, their habitats, diets, behaviors, and the latest scientific research on these fascinating creatures.

But Jurassic Quest is more than just a fun day out for families and dinosaur enthusiasts. The event is also an important opportunity for scientific education and outreach. It provides a unique platform for researchers, scientists, and educators to engage with the public and share their knowledge about these prehistoric animals.

One of the most exciting aspects of the event is the chance to see some of the largest and most impressive dinosaurs ever to roam the earth, such as the towering T-Rex and the massive Brachiosaurus. But plenty of smaller and more agile dinosaurs are on display, such as the speedy Velociraptor and the mischievous Deinonychus.

Overall, Jurassic Quest offers a thrilling and engaging experience for visitors of all ages, providing a unique opportunity to explore the world of dinosaurs and learn about the fascinating creatures that once roamed our planet. And with the event now in its eighth year, it's clear that the appeal of these prehistoric beasts remains as strong as ever.

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