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Amanda Snyder

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Keira Sweeney looks up at an Allosaurus, the largest meat eater during the late Jurassic Period, featured in the Dinosaur Discovery exhibit at the Woodland Park Zoo on Thursday, May 6, 2021. 

The zoo’s new exhibit features dozens of “the world’s largest and most life-like dinosaurs.” Visitors are able to learn more about the historic creatures as the dinosaurs move, breathe and roar throughout the exhibit.

The exhibit was created by Dino Don Inc., the only maker of full-sized robotic dinosaurs, which are featured in zoos and museums around the world, according to the Woodland Park Zoo.

Woodland (not Jurassic) Park VIEW

Woodland Park Zoo's new exhibit features dozens of life-like dinosaurs. Visitors to the zoo in Seattle can learn more about the creatures as the robotic...