We were recently invited behind the scenes to meet some of the team at Bright Bricks, who have been tasked with using millions of LEGO bricks to create the new prehistoric exhibit.
The exhibition is coming to Marwell Zoo this April, and will be running all the way through until September. Up to 50 sculptures will be on display, some of which have taken one hour to build, others have taken an estimated 1500 hours.
As well as that, there will be LEGO bricks free to use at the zoo, so children and adults alike can try their hand at creating something special.
Bright Bricks, the team behind the creations, and Marwell Zoo invited us to a special sneak preview event in Bordon where we were able to get a few pictures of the work in progress before its launch later this month.
You can see the pictures of the sculptures, including the largest touring LEGO brick dinosaur ever made (in progress), down below:
Image credit: Adam Goacher