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Best new dino-themed iPad apps for kids

2:28 PM, Mar. 14, 2013
Kids can interact with dinosaurs from the Triassic period by playing 'Ansel & Clair: Triassic Dinosaurs,' the third app in the dinosaur trilogy from Cognitive Kid, Inc. (Gannett/File)
Kids can interact with dinosaurs from the Triassic period by playing 'Ansel & Clair: Triassic Dinosaurs,' the third app in the dinosaur trilogy from Cognitive Kid, Inc. (Gannett/File)
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If you have a dinosaur lover in your family, here are some new iPad apps that will tickle his or her fossil fancy.Dinorama.

From Thesixtyone, Inc., best for ages 7-12, $4.99, iPad. Rating: 4 stars (out of 4)

In this simulation game, kids get to open their own dinosaur zoo. Players start the game with just the right amount of money to buy one dinosaur. Housed in a diorama-type display, the cartoony dinosaur appears fully animated to wow your park visitors. With your new dinosaur in place, your park opens and tourists flock in. Since patrons -- all kids -- pay to enter, money also starts rolling in. ...

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