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Win tickets to see the Natural History Museum’s traveling exhibit

Win tickets to see the Natural History Museum’s traveling exhibit

T.rex: The Killer Question arrives Monday, July 18 – and this world-class exhibit features nine roaring, moving animatronic dinosaurs of varying sizes, including a three-quarter length T.rex.

A 12-meter-long static model of a T.rex and a life-size T.rex skeleton will also be on display, facing each other across the cathedral’s transepts, until September 3.

The exhibition asks the killer question: was T.rex a ferocious hunter or a simple scavenger? To help visitors think, the exhibit features scenes showing the behavior of several dinosaur species, from the small and agile Sauronitholestes, to the wild Dromaeosaurus and the herbivorous Tenontosaurus. It also shows examples of bones and fossils to see what they can tell us about T.rex.

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To mark the occasion, we have partnered with Peterborough Cathedral to offer two family tickets – this can be two adults and up to three children, or one adult and up to four children.

For a chance to win, answer this question: How many roaring, moving animatronic dinosaurs will be on display?

Reply by e-mail to: [email protected] before noon on July 18. Winners’ details will be forwarded to the cathedral and free tickets will be emailed.