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In Pictures: Beware the Brickosaurs! Lego dinosaurs invade zoo

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The exhibition will run until September.

A 26ft (8m) long Tyrannosaurus rex made out of Lego on display at Marwell Zoo

Visitors to Marwell Zoo in Hampshire will come face to face with dinosaurs this spring, as the attraction launches its Brickosaurs! Lego exhibition.

The display will run until September 1.

The event includes a gargantuan 26ft (8m) long Tyrannosaurus rex, which organisers say is the largest touring Lego brick dinosaur model ever made.

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Nicky Cole from Marwell Zoo inspects the 26ft (8m) long Tyrannosaurus rex (Andrew Matthews/PA)
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The sculpture is sure to turn heads in the Easter holidays (Andrew Matthews/PA)
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Lego fossil heads are also on display (Andrew Matthews/PA)
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A Triceratops forms part of the exhibition (Andrew Matthews/PA)

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Compsognathus are among the more diminutive dinosaurs on show (Andrew Matthews/PA)
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The exhibition also features special effects (Andrew Matthews/PA)
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Laura McDowell from Marwell Zoo looks up at a Velociraptor (Andrew Matthews/PA)
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Organisers said the exhibition features more than two million Lego bricks (Andrew Matthews/PA)

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