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Amazing dinosaurs made of light

Light dinosaurs



Light dinosaurs (© Darren Pearson/Solent News/Rex Features)
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Electric-looking dinosaurs roam across beautiful landscapes - crossing sweeping deserts, dark woodlands and calm beaches. But these pre-historic creatures exist only momentarily - a bright flashback to a bygone world.

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