An entertaining fact-based presentation of famous extinct vertebrates
Dinosaur Zoo Review
by on February 17, 2012
Kids love dinosaurs, and, given a chance, most adults will admit a fascination with these extinct vertebrates that never truly fades. But put down the superglue and clear out those old balsa models, because this is Dinosaur Zoo, and you just got a life-long pass.
Your private tour will feature sumptuously rendered animation, the likes of which would have Spielberg drooling, not to mention brilliant sound effects that bring to life the habitats you will visit.
You could swim with a carcharodon, feed fish to an ornithocheirus, or meet an argentinosaurus with an atrocious case of wind. Each dino comes with a field guide of fascinating facts, including palaeontologist notes, fossil discoveries and a rundown of basic anatomy. A map indicates your dino’s place of origin, but swipe between geologic periods and you’ll also see the continents shift over millions of years. A starter pack of eight animals is included, with free dino packs released regularly. Worth every penny.
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