What big eyes you have. All the better to see you with, my dear. What a big nose you have. All the better to smell you with, my dear. What big teeth you have. All the better to - let's not go there. Dinosaurs have been extinct for millions of years. There's no chance of being eaten by one. Not unless scientists grow one out of a petrie dish, in which case we have Spielberg's Jurassic Park on our hands.
We have not reached the stage quite yet, but while we do not require an entire park, a zoo might just be needed to house the amazing animatronic replicas, direct from Australia.
Erth's Dinosaur Zoo Live is an interactive show designed to connect young children with the science of palaeontology. The show's success has brought it to the UK, where you can see it on the West End at the Phoenix Theatre until the 12th January, or on tour across the rest of the country until the 27th April. Tickets are between £12.50-£21.50.
Fun for the whole family, you will get to discover everything from cute baby dinos to the infamous T-Rex. You will also meet the most recent member of the family: a carnivorous theropod, which has been quirkily named the 'Australovenator' after the near complete skeleton of this meat-eating dinosaur was uncovered in Australia.
The show is approximately one hour long, and 'danger zone' seats are available for the most adventurous children.