Extinct prehistoric marine creatures are roaring back to "life" at the Science Centre Singapore.
The Monsters of the Sea exhibition, which opened yesterday, features life-size robots of marine creatures that died out millions of years ago, such as the long-necked elasmosaurus and the five-tonne mosasaurus, which appeared in the blockbuster movie, Jurassic World.
In all, the exhibition will feature animatronic displays of 14 prehistoric marine creatures and two present-day sea dwellers: the great white shark and the whale shark.
The exhibition, the world's first animatronics display of ancient sea creatures, is a collaboration between the Science Centre, MediaCorp VizPro International, Dezign Format Singapore and Argentina-based Aurea Exhibitions.
The exhibition will end on Feb 28. Tickets for Singaporeans and permanent residents cost $20 per adult and $16 per child.