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(KSL News) Monsters of long ago are now roaming the IMAX screen at Clark Planetarium.
Fourth-graders from Jackson Elementary were treated today to the debut of "Sea Monsters - A Prehistoric Adventure." The National Geographic film recreates the lives of marine reptiles of the dinosaur age in 3-D IMAX.
A state paleontologist from the Utah Geological Survey said the audience reaction was pretty genuine. Dr. Kim Kirkland said, "Well, it was great. You could always see something new on the screen that the kids never imagined before. The oohs and aahs and screams some cases."
Sea Monsters will roam the Clark Planetarium for the next six months.
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