The collection of giant dinosaurs that move and blink and roar at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo get a week's stay on their extinction. Originally scheduled to end Sunday, the DinoQuest traveling exhibit has been held over until May 8. DinoQuest centers around the story that dinosaurs — for unexplained reasons — have returned to a futuristic city, terrorizing the citizens and causing everyone to flee. Visitors enter the city through a dark and smoke-filled portal like something out of a Hollywood movie set. The 20 animatronic dinosaurs look and sound real, with moving eyes, mouths and bodies. After the exhibit ends, the space will be transformed into Zoo Boo and Wild Wonderland. DinoQuest runs 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day at Lowry Park Zoo. Admission is $4 per person plus zoo admission or zoo pass membership.