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A formidable looking Parasaurolophu is on display
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A formidable looking Parasaurolophu is on display

SARATOGA SPRINGS – Universal Preservation Hall’s new exhibit “Dinosaurs in Motion” features 14 interactive, life-sized metal dinosaur sculptures. It blends science and art, exploring everything from sketching to robotics.

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The exhibit will run through Oct. 17.

Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for children. For more information, visit universalpreservationhall.org.

A look at the exhibit. Photos from our Stan Hudy.

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Tobias Prizio, 14, of Scotia puts a Tyrannosaurus in motion. STAN HUDY/DAILY GAZETTE

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A Tyrannosaurus greets visitors on the second floor STAN HUDY/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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An illuminated Struthiomimus awaits visitors STAN HUDY/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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A prehistoric whooping crane is suspended in flight STAN HUDY/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Caroline Musto, 8 and Anthony Musto, 10, of Colonie pull on a set of levers.

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A formidable looking Parasaurolophu STAN HUDY/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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A Deinonychus is on display as part of the Dinosaurs in Motion exhibit STAN HUDY/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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Dylan Cobb, 2, and his dad, Garrett, use a video game controller to operate functions on one of the dinosaurs. STAN HUDY/THE DAILY GAZETTE

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