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Have you visited the Dino Explorers Zone at Wollaton Hall yet?
As an exciting addition to Dinosaurs of China we have Hunter; an animatronic ‘Sinraptor’ which is also one of the specimens in the exhibition.
Inspired by the Dinosaurs of China exhibition, entrants must be aged 11 and under with competition open to Saturday 30 September.
The television presenter and naturalist has taken to the internet to tell others how good we are...
The Guardian newspaper sent science reporter Susannah Lydon along to the opening weekend of our exhibition.
Nottingham culture magazine LeftLion have devoted their latest cover to our exhibition
Featuring some of the largest dinosaur skeletons in existence, a world-exclusive event is promising visitors a roar-some experience this summer, as the once in a lifetime Dinosaurs of China exhibition stomps into the UK.
Never-before-seen in Europe dinosaur skeletons and fossils will start their journey from China today (Wednesday 5th April) as they prepare to roar into the UK for a one-off world exclusive exhibition.
The ground-breaking Dinosaurs of China exhibition, which is bringing some of the best-preserved dinosaur fossils in the world to the UK this summer, has a new high profile supporter in the form of respected TV presenter and naturalist Chris Packham.
We are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to support the Dinosaurs of China exhibition.
Representatives from Wollaton Hall and the University of Nottingham visited Beijing in March 2016 to make early plans for "Dinosaurs of China – Ground Shakers to Feathered Flyers".
Find out more about the team involved in putting the exhibition together.
The team visited China at the end of September to sign contracts. These cemented the agreement including which dinosaurs will be on loan to the exhibition next summer and how they will travel to the UK.
Dr Adam Smith and Dr Wang Qi talk about the exhibition in this short film
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