A life-sized tyrannosaurus, right next to a triceratops with a powerful horn and a fluttering pterodactyl. It will be a real Lego zoo dedicated to prehistory that will soon land in the UK with Brickosaurs, the exhibition that from April 5 to September 1 this year will hold a bench at the Marwell Zoo in Owslebury, Hampshire.

Fifty 1:1 dinosaurs that experts are finishing right these days, between sharpening teeth and claws to be pointed. “We are incredibly excited to host this interactive exhibit,” stressed the park’s commercial director, Sean Mannie, through an official note. “It will be a fantastic experience for families who will come to visit our facility”.

The statues for this very special exhibition have been developed by the professionals of Bright Bricks, an English company specialised in Lego creations based in Bordon, for a total of 10 thousand hours of work.