Dinosaur model roams around Crow Nest Park

PREHISTORIC PET: Christian Christobell's five metre-long animated dinosaur fascinates its young audience in the adventure playground at Crow Nest Park. (d13041269)
PREHISTORIC PET: Christian Christobell's five metre-long animated dinosaur fascinates its young audience in the adventure playground at Crow Nest Park. (d13041269)

CROW Nest Park became Jurassic Park, when a five metre-long dinosaur was spotted roaming round the adventure playground.

However, rather than spreading terror, the prehistoric monster attracted an enthusiastic following. The creation was made by Wakefield artist Christian Christobell who wanted to share his work.

PREHISTORIC PET: Christian Christobell's five metre-long animated dinosaur fascinates its young audience in the adventure playground at Crow Nest Park. (d13041266)

PREHISTORIC PET: Christian Christobell's five metre-long animated dinosaur fascinates its young audience in the adventure playground at Crow Nest Park. (d13041266)

He said: “About 100 people turned up to see the show and the kids especially loved it.”

Christian takes his Dinosaur Encounter show to schools, parties and community groups to teach young people about the multi-million year-old creatures.