By April Morton

(CBS DETROIT)– Dinosaurs will once again roam the earth…well maybe not, but they will make an appearance in Metro Detroit soon.

“The Dino Stroll is starting out at Canterbury Village the North American tour, we’re doing seven days at Canterbury Village and then we’re going to 42 cities across the United States,” said Matt Flynn, producer for the ‘Dino Stroll.’

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Flynn says this first-of-its-kind event will take place throughout the 21 acre Canterbury Village property which is located at 2359 Joslyn Court, and will feature 75 realistic prehistoric creatures.

“People will come in they’ll stroll through the whole entire property they’ll get the chance to take selfies see these animatronic ones moving around. Everything from this baby Brontosaurus, to a large T-Rex we even have dinosaurs that are 24 feet tall and 60 feet long,” Flynn said.

He says each display will have informational facts are the Dinos, and the life-size attractions are also interactive.

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“These Dinos are so realistic that their eyes move, their head moves some of them actually spit,” said Flynn.

Mask wear and social distancing will be enforced.

The tour will run from May 20-23 and May 28-30. Tickets can be purchased here.

For more information, visit here or Dino Stroll’s Facebook page here.

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April Morton