SECAUCUS, N.J. (AP) — Their roars and wails beckoned visitors 90 million years into the past, but in the end, their reign will have lasted little more than three. Because soon, the Turnpike Tyrannosaurus will be no more.
A new exhibit of a 30-foot-long fossil skeleton of an Allosaurus, which resembles a Tyrannosaurus rex, is set to open at a Kentucky museum that asserts dinosaurs lived alongside humans a few thousand years ago.
You heard Jim talking about this story earlier this morning. Field Station Dinosaurs, the new family attraction in Secaucus, has implemented a 'environmental impact fee' or at least that's the creative name for the fee if you want to drive there.