Jurassic Parked: T rex stuck in rush hour traffic (VIDEO & PHOTOS)
Maybe dinosaurs didn’t become extinct. They’ve just been stuck in traffic for 65 million years.
The 12ft (4 meter) tall animatronic Tyrannosaurus was being transported to a dinosaur theme park opening in the city later this month (see where this story is going yet?).
The robot rex upset a few children, but for the most part, people seemed happy to see him, posing for selfies and taking pictures.
The carnivore's jaws were shut tight with a chain.
What could possibly go wrong?
Once opened, Dinosaur Planet will feature 200 life-size dinosaurs including Apatosaurus, Triceratops, and, wait for it, Velociraptors.
Visitors will be able to ride on the back of some of the dinosaurs.
Let’s hope they have a good insurance policy.
ทำโครตเหมือนแม่งดุ้กดิ้กเหมือนโดนจับมาจริง ไดโนเสาร์ฟื้นคืนชีพ.. pic.twitter.com/aigTktLNF8— qwan (@Qreruedun) February 28, 2016
The park opens on March 18. If a white-bearded man with an amber-handled walking stick asks you for a preview tour, maybe wait until they work all the bugs out.