BURBANK, Calif. – It’s actually not the teeth that get your attention first.
It’s the eyes.
The velociraptor’s yellow eyeballs don’t exactly look at you but through you, a soul-piercing kind of stare that suggests she's wondering just how salty your skin tastes.
At least that’s how I feel when I'm stalked by one of the dinosaur puppets from the Jurassic World Live Tour, a traveling stage show that arrives in dozens of U.S. arenas starting Sept. 26 in Columbus, Ohio, and runs through 2020.
My raptor encounter takes place in a nondescript building that looks like a dentist's office and smells like freshly baked bread. The first clue that I'm in the right location (which is located next to a bakery): A sign on a door that reads "DINOSAUR CROSSING." I walk inside, and it turns out to be a portal to the Jurassic era where dinosaurs roam.
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