Clive Palmer has recently been given the green light to build a dinosaur park in his Coolum resort in Queensland. The dinosaur park is expected to increase tourist activity for the resort and will not impact on the area itself.
Although it took a while for the Sunshine Coast Regional Council to approve his application for the dinosaur park the members of the council realize the benefits of building the park even though they received over 200 objections to the park which gave reasons like the parking facilities not being sufficient and the roar of the dinosaurs being too noisy.
The problem is that these dinosaurs are models, not the extinct animals that graced the planet thousands of years ago, so although parking is a suitable objection which can be dealt with the roaring of the dinosaurs would be electronically controlled and therefore shouldn’t even be a problem.
The interesting thing is going to be how accurate can Clive Palmer get the roar of a dinosaur to be realistic without sounding like a very old lion?
Source: The Guardian