A HUGE Dinosaur Crossed The Ben Franklin Bridge This Morning
Commuters in South Jersey were in for a real treat.
There was a 40-foot animatronic dinosaur cruising down the Ben Franklin Bridge this morning.
What a crazy yet interesting moment that must have been for everyone!
As stated by NJ.com, the "spine-lizard" dinosaur traveled along the White Horse Pike before reaching the Ben Franklin Bridge. Once in Philadelphia, the dinosaur got to go sightseeing while riding down Market Street, and saw Love Park and City Hall.
That's something you don't see everyday.
The new home of this spinosaurus will be at the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. There will be a exhibit called Dinosaurs Around the World that will open this Sunday until January 20, 2020.
Fun fact of the day for those who don't know.
NJ.com states that, an actual spinosaurus used to reside in what is now north Africa and grew 49 feet long, and weighing as much as four tons.