They’re not just silent statues. These dinosaurs move and roar and even spit water at people. And they’re all new this year, bigger and better than previous years.
Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland will offer Dino Days, a dinosaur expedition Friday through Sunday, where guests can learn about the prehistoric creatures.
Led by Chris DeLorey, director of education for the Brevard Zoo in Melbourne, Florida, Dino Days combines education and fun to learn fascinating facts about the world’s oldest, most mysterious creatures.
“I think, with kids especially, the size of these animals that once existed stirs the imagination,” said Clyde Peeling, founder of Reptiland. “Some of these dinosaurs dwarfed elephants. And of course, some of these children never lose that fascination and go