"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 twenty life-size dinosaur replicas from May 23 until September 7.
The robotic creatures will move and rumble in their outdoor habitats. The habitats are re-created to resemble prehistoric scenery.
This exhibit will have new dinosaur friends including a 15-foot-long diabloceratops and a citipati. The diabloceratops was a dino that had horns on its brows and lived 80 million years ago, during the Late Cretaceous Period. The citipati was a bird-like dinosaur with feathers and wings.
Several other dinos will return for the exhibit. Click HERE for more information.
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 $2.50 per person.