Cars Made Out of Hurricanes
Now then, now then, who would like to try a car made from a real hurricane?
Yeahhhh! Who here thinks they are man or woman enough to tame that sort of baby?
That's right: you heard! Cars made from a REAL HURRICANE.
What, you don't believe us?
They ain't called Hurricane Cars for nothing you know. Our Tenby Dinosaur Park scientists travel to well known hurricane zones like Louisiana and the Philippines and riskED life and limb to capture bits of real live hurricanes in a special bottle (it's a scientific one with a proper stopper and everything).
Don't ask us how they do it. They get paid enough those nerdy men and women in white coats so we leave it all to them. Admittedly it can be dangerous, mind, and one of them fellas did cut his thumb quite badly. Had to use a medium sized plaster over there in the U States of A, but he didn't cry or anything. Enough of that though. Where were we?
Oh yeah, when they fly back (economy class) here they do all sorts of weird and wonderful things in the Dinosaur Park HQ state-of-the-art laboratory with the bottled hurricanes, working late into the night. And by morning, god knows how, they produce these fantastic hurricane cars. So there you are, see? Best not to ask too many questions, just let em do their thang.
While our Hurricane Cars don't quite reach the 160 mph speed of an actual hurricane (they would have done if namby pamby health and safety hadn't stuck their hooters in) they can do something hurricanes can't: they can spin both clockwise and counter clockwise. Good ey?
So if you think you're brave enough to give em a try, be our guest...
Unfortunately, for safety reasons, our Hurricane Cars have two height restrictions: 1.3m for drivers and 95cm for passengers accompanied by drivers.
THIS RULE APPLIES TO EVERYONE. NO EXCEPTIONS. NO WAY. NOT EVEN HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, OR PRINCE PHILIP. NOT EVEN PRESIDENT PUTIN OF RUSSIA WITH ALL HIS ROUBLES. NOT EVEN MISS BEYONCE′ OR OLD MR. OGMORE-PRITCHARD DOWN THE ROAD WHO GIVES US RASPBERRY CREAM TURNOVERS FOR FREE. NOT EVEN HIM.
Went here with our grandchildren ages 3 and 6 and we all thoroughly enjoyed the visit. There was so much to do and no queuesLorraine E