New Dinosaur Exhibit at Science Center of Iowa

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DES MOINES, Iowa -- Dinosaurs are invading the Science Center of Iowa.

You've probably never heard of a giganotosaurus before, but you can learn all about the dinosaur as well as others at the exhibit "Ultimate Dinosaurs," which opens October 10th.

Wednesday, huge crates containing the dinosaurs’ parts arrived at the science center and crews began piecing them together.

“In the age of dinosaurs there was a super continent called Pangea and when that broke apart. Most of the dinosaurs we've heard of evolved on the northern half of that continent, these dinosaurs are from the southern half of the continent,” says Emilee Richardson with the Science Center of Iowa.

The dinosaurs come from South America and Africa.

The exhibit's cost is covered by admission, which is $11 for adults and $7 for children two to 12.

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