A meeting will take place this evening over a 60 million pound plan to turn a dis-used quarry into a dinosaur museum
The visitor centre - called Jurassica - would open on Portland in Dorset in around 2019. It would see a glass roof over the limestone quarry and include an aquarium and animatronics. Early designs have been drawn up by Renzo Piano - the same man behind the shard in London
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