Has anyone been there and seen the damage yet? Did they remove the burned dino from the attraction, cover it up, or frantically replace it or it's skin?
Can anyone say what the attraction is like? Is it a cheap money grab, or is it halfway cool? Does it look temporary, or more permanent?
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Muf is right, this was the same exhibit at Brookfield Zoo, just smaller.
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