Newest Dino Trail exhibit introduces visitors to 400-pound feathered serpent

The Detroit Zoo’s popular Dinosauria exhibit is roaring back to life
this summer, with 30 robotic creatures appearing daily through Labor
Day.

The attraction is welcoming some new stars this summer — a 200- to
400-pound feathered serpent with a 30-foot wingspan — called
Quetzalcoatlus, a swamp dweller with teeth that curve backward called
Suchomimus, and the new heavyweight champion called Giganotosaurus.

Even the massive T-Rex is being dethroned, as a new Gigantosaurus (which
typically weighed up to eight tons when it roamed the Earth) automaton
is scheduled to appear.

Tickets are $4. Find out more about the exhibit at the Detroit Zoo’s website, or check out the article here.