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My roller coaster is themed around the movie Jurassic park. During and around my whole ride you can animatronic versions of old prehistoric dinosaurs. Like the following, Velociraptors, triceratops, Stegosaurus, pterodactyls and many more including the T-Rex. Let me explain what you would experience during my roller coaster called The Jurassic Roller Coaster.

As soon as you get on the roller coaster you will experience an a Inertia Jerk. Then you will be going up a steep hill when the only thing that will be affecting you will be gravity. You will also be moving at a constant speed while going up the hill of the roller coaster. Then when you reach the top of the roller coaster you can see a pterodactyls flying above you. The all of a sudden

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