Meanwhile, in the other SAR ... If you've ever wondered what it would be like to go back in time and ride a dinosaur, then don't miss Macau's latest dinosaur exhibition. The Amazing World of Dinosaurs display opened on Friday and features 13 dinosaurs, including three that visitors can actually ride. The animatronics are the work of Japanese company Kokoro and it is the first time the exhibition has travelled to Macau. Models include the largest carnivorous dinosaur Tyrannosaurus Rex, the giant plant-eating Apatosaurus, the horned Triceratops and the fast Velociraptor. Each dinosaur is individually computer programmed and handcrafted. The outer skin is similar to human tissue and the models work using air compression. Palaeontologists were involved in the construction process to ensure the dinosaurs are as life-like as possible. According to a Kokoro spokesman, the creatures don't just look like dinosaurs, they behave like them. 'Walking, feeding, roaring, fighting, hatching and caring for their young - the models act and interact with realism,' he said. 'They turn the clock back millions of years to recreate the whole Mesozoic and Cenozoic worlds.' The exhibition is at Sai Van Lake Square and is part of the 7th Macau Food Festival. A spokeswoman for the festival organiser said the exhibition was 'as if visitors were in Jurassic Park'. She said it was fun and educational at the same time. The exhibition will run until January 1 and admission is 25 patacas. It is open from 5pm to 11pm from Monday to Thursday and from 3pm to midnight from Friday to Sunday. This year's food festival features more than 100 exhibitors, displaying cuisine from traditional Macanese to Korean and desserts. The festival runs until December 2 and features an entertainment programme each night including dance and magic shows.