A gigantic, 5.5 metre, walking, roaring, sandy-red Triceratops has just become part of the already well established dinosaur family at Rentadinosaur in Bromley – joining Dexter the fabulous 4-metre, feathered T.rex, along with several cute baby dinosaurs, including the adorable and newly-hatched, Emily Brontosaurus, whose delightful dimples are winning everybody’s hearts.



The Triceratops has arrived just in time to celebrate the release of Jurassic World and has wowed the few people who have managed to get a sneaky glimpse of him. All will be revealed this coming weekend, when the Triceratops gets his first chance to roam and take part in one of Rentadinosaur’s popular interactive shows. He will be visiting the Odeon & Prezzo at the Millennium Leisure Park, Greenwich, Sat 9th June. The whole dinosaur family will be celebrating the Triceratops’ official launch and entertaining guests of all ages, at Brands Hatch American Speedfest, Sun 10th June, where the Triceratops will also be officially named. To enter the competition and suggest a name for the Triceratops, see Rentadinosaur’s Facebook page.

Rentadinosaur performs shows at festivals, gardens, cinemas and museums around the country and has become a popular feature at Brands Hatch, Whipsnade & London Zoos with BBC TV’s Andy Day, ITV’s Ninja Warrior, Santa Pod and Specsavers.

Based in Bromley, Greater London, Rentadinosaur has been performing for 3 years and is still expanding. Chris Coulson, founder, commented on the new arrival: “After a few months of working with our design engineers, we were so relieved to finally see the Triceratops. It’s even more incredible than we’d hoped. Just breath-taking!” Chris loves providing entertainment “with a bit of education slipped in when nobody’s looking!” Rentadinosaur is proud to be the only UK dinosaur company of its kind to be staffed by professional creature actors and puppeteers. Their skill can be seen in the showreel. https://youtu.be/WzqS9We-9Is

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