Ella Robson, 8, left, and her sister Hannah examine the life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex sculpture during a preview of the Dinosaurs in Motion exhibit at Discovery Place Oct. 2, 2014. With 709,937 visitors, Discovery Place was ranked the fourth most-visited attraction in North Carolina in 2014.
Ella Robson, 8, left, and her sister Hannah examine the life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex sculpture during a preview of the Dinosaurs in Motion exhibit at Discovery Place Oct. 2, 2014. With 709,937 visitors, Discovery Place was ranked the fourth most-visited attraction in North Carolina in 2014. TODD SUMLIN tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com
Ella Robson, 8, left, and her sister Hannah examine the life-size Tyrannosaurus Rex sculpture during a preview of the Dinosaurs in Motion exhibit at Discovery Place Oct. 2, 2014. With 709,937 visitors, Discovery Place was ranked the fourth most-visited attraction in North Carolina in 2014. TODD SUMLIN tsumlin@charlotteobserver.com

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