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‘Dinosaur George’ to entertain in SA

‘Dinosaur George’ to entertain in SA
“Dinosaur George” Blasing

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Morgan’s Wonderland invites all to enjoy “Dinosaur George,” who will transform the theme park’s Event Center into a natural-history museum filled with artifacts from prehistoric times Friday through Sunday, March 14-16. Morgan’s Wonderland is located at 5223 David Edwards Drive in San Antonio.

“Dinosaur George” Blasing will present “Touch-A-Saurus,” an array of touchable displays featuring creatures that roamed the earth long ago. The self-taught paleontologist and animal behaviorist will talk about prehistoric times and answer park guests’ questions.

On Wednesday, March 12, Happy Tails Entertainment will present live animals from around the world in an educational, entertaining, and interactive show. Animals starring in the 1 p.m., hour-long show will include an alpaca, African porcupine, ring-tailed lemur, wallaby, coatimundi, and kinkajou, to name a few.

Morgan’s Wonderland will be open daily March 7-16. For more information on operating days and hours of operation, admissions, and special activities, visit

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