This weekend is your last chance to take your little dino lover to see Walking with Dinosaurs at Consol Energy Center.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – There’s a fascination with what life was like when dinosaurs, not humans, ruled the land.
And for a short time, you can get a better idea of what that was like, when the arena is transported 10 million years back in time.
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KDKA’s Kristine Sorensen got to meet the dinosaur affectionately known as “Baby T.”
And even though he’s the smallest, he’s a little scary at 8 feet tall and 14 feet long.
In “Walking with Dinosaurs’” live show, 20 dinosaurs interact with each other on the arena floor in a theatrical production that cost $20 million to create.
“We take you through the three periods dinosaurs ruled the Earth in their massiveness, the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous period,” said Walking with Dinosaurs spokesperson Terey Summers, “And it’s hosted by a character that is a paleontologist, Huxley.”
The noise these creatures make…
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