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T-Rex raids Canterbury’s High Street

Photo by: Peter Reed | Flickr

One of the most dangerous dinosaurs has been seen in Canterbury’s High Street this week.

The event, captured on film showed some locals fleeing and others, posing for selfies with the dinosaur.

The dinosaurs visit was however, an interactive puppetry show coinciding with Dinosaur Zoo, the West end hit shown at Canterbury’s Marlowe Theatre last weekend.

The show had previously been a huge success at the Edinburgh Festival.

Brave members of the audience were invited to the stage to meet the dinosaurs.

The dinosaur captured on film is a carnivorous theropod called the ‘Australovenator’, Australia’s version of the T-Rex.

The five-minute-long Youtube clip can be seen here:

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