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Buy ticket now, get one for December at Dinosaur World

TP_350766_FLYN_dinasours_2 (2/29/2012) Logan Chambliss, 4, of St. Augustine reacts upon first entering Dinosaur World in Plant City on February 29, 2012. The mouth of a Acrocanthosaurus, above, and two Tyrannosarrus Rex are seen behind Logan in an area that is part of the 12-acre expansion which includes a 22,000-square-foot addition to the Prehistoric Museum, which features five animatronic dinosaurs. The dinosaurs pictured here new but are not animatronic.  It was Logan's first visit to Dinosaur World with his parents Mindi and Bryan and his grandparetns Dee and Joe Walker of Davenport.  "I like the dinosaur's because they are so cool!" he said.  Logan's grandfather Joe had seen Dinosaur World from the interstate driving from work and thought it would be a good idea to bring his grandson when the family visited.  [KATHLEEN FLYNN Times]

[KATHLEEN FLYNN Times]

TP_350766_FLYN_dinasours_2 (2/29/2012) Logan Chambliss, 4, of St. Augustine reacts upon first entering Dinosaur World in Plant City on February 29, 2012. The mouth of a Acrocanthosaurus, above, and two Tyrannosarrus Rex are seen behind Logan in an area that is part of the 12-acre expansion which includes a 22,000-square-foot addition to the Prehistoric Museum, which features five animatronic dinosaurs. The dinosaurs pictured here new but are not animatronic. It was Logan's first visit to Dinosaur World with his parents Mindi and Bryan and his grandparetns Dee and Joe Walker of Davenport. "I like the dinosaur's because they are so cool!" he said. Logan's grandfather Joe had seen Dinosaur World from the interstate driving from work and thought it would be a good idea to bring his grandson when the family visited. [KATHLEEN FLYNN Times]

August offers fans of Dinosaur World a "Dino Days" deal of a free ticket in December. Purchase a ticket in August ($16.95 for adults, $14.95 seniors, $11.95 for kids 3-12) and you get a free ticket to visit Dec. 1-19. The Plant City attraction, best suited for ages 3 to 10, has more than 200 life-size dinosaurs, numerous exhibits, an interactive boneyard, playground and a shop with everything dinosaur. Dinosaur World is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Parking is free. Pets on leashes are welcome. There is no food service, so you can pack a picnic or get pizza delivered to Dinosaur World at 5145 Harvey Tew Road, Plant City; (813) 717-9865; dinosaurworld.com. — Sharon Kennedy Wynne, Times staff writer

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