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Life-Sized Dinosaurs Take Over South Florida in the Jurassic World Live Tour!

Posted: 11:03 AM, Jan 14, 2020
Updated: 2020-01-21 15:11:20-05

Lets take a trip to Isla Nublar to experience the prehistoric reptiles of Jurassic Park in Jurassic World Live!

Immerse yourself in the adventure as you join a team of scientists in unraveling a corrupt plan to save an all new dinosaur from a terrible fate and interact with some of the most iconic dinosaurs.

Jurassic World Live! is an original story that picks up after the first Jurassic World movie.

"It's a totally original story. We even introduce a new character to the Jurassic World. It's believed to be one of the smartest dinosaurs to ever live. She is with us in the story and we kind of introduce her to being part of the franchise. I'd like to think our show is a little more stunt and a little more action, in terms of people riding motorcycles, we have dazzling special effects, so there is quite a range of more punch that our show gives. The movie has a lot more screaming dinosaurs in your face. We have tons of dinosaurs but we also throw in a spectacle to an arena show," said Douglas Puskas, Lead Dino Technician.

And, for the first time you'll be able to witness a full-size T-Rex in all her glory.

"She (the T-Rex) is totally the first of her kind to be totally robot, remote-controlled, walking dinosaur on her own. She's huge, she's 43 feet long, she weighs about the size of two elephants. She's a very feisty girl, she likes to act up. There are 33 points of movement within the creature that are controlled by two different people. She is awesome. When she comes, I get to see her right before to check her over and every day I still get goosebumps just to see how massive she is," said Puskas.

The live show also has a gyrosphere. It was CGI made for the film but for the tour they made one just for the show. Click on the video for full feature and to see what the show has in store.

Jurassic World Live! hits the BB&T Center January 23rd through the 26th. For tickets head on over to http://jurassicworldlive.com