SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) - The Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls has gone prehistoric.
The "Dino-Roars" exhibit is back at the zoo by popular demand.
The Great Room of the Delbridge Museum of Natural History has been transformed into a "land before time" where 19 life-like dinosaurs come to life. Guests can also search for fossils in a hands-on Dinosaur Dig area.
Staff at the zoo said this was an opportunity for kids to learn while having fun.
"The zoo is a year-round attraction with having warm viewing of outside animals out in the zoo, and you can spend time in the museum looking at the dinosaurs and having a lot of hands-on educational encounters, Elizabeth Whealy, Great Plains Zoo president and CEO, said.
This is the third year "Dino-Roars" has come to Great Plains Zoo. The dinosaurs will be sticking around until April.