Published Monday, 30 April 2012
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It also promises to be the most interactive exhibition ever to come to Northern Ireland, with films, puppet shows and dinosaur hunts all taking place during the exhibit.
Among the dinosaurs on display will be two Pterosaurs, which have a seven-metre wingspan and will be hoisted 12-metres into the air.
"The Pterosaurs are one of the flying giants of the dinosaur world, and this is based on a fossil found in Brazil," Director of Collections, Dr Jim McGreevy said.
But they are not the only imposing creatures on display, as seven robotic dinosaurs - to scale - are being brought in from the Natural History Museum.
"This partnership with the Natural History Museum is a vote of confidence in Northern Ireland," explained Dr McGreevy.
An interactive area, Discover Dinosaurs, is being set up especially for the four-month exhibit which opens in May and will allow visitors to dig up a skeleton or examine fossils.