Video: Leeds shoppers taken back to Jurassic era

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TINY by name but not by nature - ‘real life’ stegosaurus Tiny came face to face with shoppers at The Light.

Children had the chance to pet and feed the life-like dinosaur, who was at the centre to celebrate the opening of the new film Jurassic World.

Stegosaurus Tiny visited The Light on Sunday.''Picture: James Hardisty

Stegosaurus Tiny visited The Light on Sunday.''Picture: James Hardisty

Shoppers also had the chance to test their knowledge with a paleontologist, who was on also gave natural history talks.

A spokeswoman for The Light said: “Tiny the Dinosaur was the perfect addition to our programme of events for families at The Light – visitors of all ages were amazed to see him, and learned something new about the real Jurassic World.”

Stegosaurus Tiny visited The Light on Sunday.''Picture: James Hardisty

Stegosaurus Tiny visited The Light on Sunday.''Picture: James Hardisty

Stegosaurus Tiny visited The Light on Sunday.''Picture: James Hardisty

Stegosaurus Tiny visited The Light on Sunday.''Picture: James Hardisty

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