The Tulsa Zoo is looking to expand its dinosaur exhibits with new dinosaur-themed exhibits and interactive attractions.
The zoo is considering adding the Dinosaur King exhibit to its Dinosaur King Series, a three-week program that features dinosaurs that are from different eras of dinosaur evolution.
The program is designed to highlight the diversity of the animals that live in the T. rex and T. reinhardt families.
The first three weeks of the program will be held at the zoo, and the new exhibits will be built out of the TRS Discovery Room.
The new exhibit would be the largest exhibit of its kind in the country, with an estimated 20-30,000 visitors.
The zoo plans to have a live dinosaur display and exhibit, which will be in the front of the Discovery Room at the museum.
The Dinosaur King will be the first of several exhibits to be built at the Tolsa Zoo.
The Tolsas Discovery Center is scheduled to open in 2019.