Dinosaurs roar to life in Secaucus

SECAUCUS - More than 30 dinosaurs came to life today in Secaucus.

The more than 30 animatronic dinosaurs are part of an exhibit called Field Station: Dinosaurs and is spread over 20 acres.

The exhibit, which also features numerous educational opportunities, was created with help from the New Jersey State Museum.

The exhibit will run for the next three years.

The park is open only on weekends through June 19 and then daily until November.

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