2,000sf Prehistoric Carnivores | 2,000sf Prehistoric Carnivores – Kokoro Exhibits

2,000sf Prehistoric Carnivores

Come face to face with Prehistoric Carnivores, infamous hunters that devour their prey. The majority of scientists consider the Mosasaurus, Tyrannosaurus rex, and Deinonychus to be predators; but whether or not they are scavengers instead of, or in addition to, predators is a matter of debate. Analyze these creatures and partake in the scientific discussion: predators and/or scavengers?

Keep an eye out for the oceanic Mosasaurus lurking in the shadows, waiting to ambush its next meal. Witness a pack of Deinonychus feasting on a Tenontosaurus carcass marred by lacerations, while a ferocious Tyrannosaurus rex protects its Triceratops prey in North America. Quickly walk past a dead herbivorous Protoceratops in Asia before its predator spots a new feeding opportunity.

This delicious adventure satisfies all appetites!

Tyrannosaurus Rex & prey

T. rex stands watch over its meal

Deinonychus Pack attacks Tenontosaurus

A pack of Deinonychus feast on a Tenontosaurus carcass with their powerful claws.

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Mosasaurus

A Mosasaurus lurks in the shadows, waiting to ambush its next meal.