"Expedition Dinosaur" returns to the Milwaukee County Zoo this summer for a prehistoric exhibit.
The exhibit, which is sponsored by Sendik's Food Markets, will feature more than 20 life-size dinosaur replicas from May 26 until September 3.
The robotic creatures will move and rumble in their outdoor habitats. The habitats are re-created to resemble prehistoric scenery.
The exhibit will feature classic dinosaurs including Tyrannosaurus Rex, Dilophosaurus with its semi-circular plates on its head, and the Brachiosaurus, one of the tallest and largest dinos.
New dinos include the Amargasaurus and its baby, an Iguanodon and its nest, a Pachyrhinosaurus, a Quetzalcoatlus, a Sarchosuchus and a Utahraptor.
The exhibit will be open daily from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. In addition to the zoo's admission, entry into the exhibit costs $3 per person.