With the children's favourite; Barney the Dinosaur's theme song playing in the background, kids also took part in creative competitions such as 'Catch the Caveman' and 'Crazy puzzle'. The main spotlight, however, was on the massive 42-metre long replica of Sue. The original T. Rex, Sue was found on an Indian reservation land in North America and is believed to be 65 million years old.
Visitors got the opportunity to witness interesting facts about the T. Rex through interactive displays like short video documentaries about the dinosaur.
Eleven-year old Aqil expressed about the exhibit, "I love Dinosaurs and Sue is so cool, being here feels like I'm in Jurrassic Park."