From the street, this exposition seems promising.
There is a huge dinosaur on a flatbed in Parque Calderone. There is a tall movie poster featuring a reptile with big teeth, the word Dinosaurs in big letters, and an offer to children to get in free.
Dinosaurs are one of the first topics in grade school science and movies like Jurassic Park have kept interest fanned in the large creatures who, by their fossils, we know to have existed.
These modern man made beasts are fabricated from steel, plastic, and have rubber like skin. They are brightly painted and dwarf little humans, hardly sand grains between their toes.
I don’t see any animal I would want to take home and have to feed but any one of them would keep riff raff out of my back yard.
Dentists, I have no doubts, would love to get one of these in their chair but doing a root canal would not be easy and getting your money would be a real jawbreaker.
Peering into this Rex’s mouth, and going in with the biggest drill you have, would take nerves of steel and several drums of anesthesia.