PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Have you always wanted to see dinosaurs in real life? Well, now is your chance. The Jurassic World Live Tour places your family in the middle of a blood-rushing adventure.
The live tour features seven different species of dinosaurs including raptors, tyrannosaurus, triceratops and even a 2-year-old baby stegosaurus — who happened to drop by the CBS3 studio.READ MORE: Jalen Hurts, Eagles No Match For Cowboys In 41-21 Loss In Dallas
Paleo veterinarian John Palmeri says Jurassic World Live is nothing like a museum exhibit, the dinosaurs are very active and rambunctious. The whole show is full of the action you see in the films, but now there is no screen between you and the dinosaurs.
The storyline takes place between Jurassic World and Jurassic Kingdom, bringing a new and original story.
“It comes from the same folks who brought you Marvel Universe Live, Disney On Ice, so they’re known for their traveling shows and an arena is the only place we can bring all the action and the tail swings,” Palmeri said.READ MORE: Philadelphia School District Superintendent Dr. William Hite Will Not Seek Contract Renewal After School Year
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The Jurassic Park Live Tour will be in Philadelphia from Feb. 14 through 17. Click here to purchase tickets.MORE NEWS: EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Large Group Of Noisy Dirt Bikes, ATVs Take Over Radnor Streets
Watch the video above for the full interview.