Public warned of dangerous dinosaur on the loose!
Published: 01 June 2012
If the rumours are true, a terrifying man-eating dinosaur is on the loose in Belfast. There have already been reported sightings of the beast at various locations throughout greater Belfast.
It is thought the Australovenator - a life-size dinosaur which is closely related to the famous T-Rex – has come from Australia for the Age of the Dinosaur exhibition which is currently on show at the Ulster Museum.
The Ulster Museum’s Head of Operations, Les McLean, said, “We are urging the public to be on the look-out for the Australovenator and are calling on brave dinosaur fans to congregate for a special Dinosaur Hunt event at the Ulster Museum on Friday evening to help track down this beast. Let’s just say that it promises to be a very memorable evening!”
Throughout the Dinosaur Hunt evening, visitors will also have the opportunity to visit our fantastic new Age of the Dinosaur exhibition, get hands-on in Discover Dinosaurs, go on a dinosaur-themed tour of the museum, enjoy craft with some dinosaur-themed activities and meet some amazing live reptiles.
The Dinosaur Hunt will place at the Ulster Museum on Friday 1st June from 6pm – 9pm. Tickets cost £25 per family, £9.50 per adult, £5.50 per concession & under 3’s free. Ticket price includes entry to the Age of the Dinosaur exhibition.
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