A dinosaur is on the loose in Skegness after escaping from an adventure park in a bid for freedom.
The Skeggysaurus made its escape from the Lost World Adventure Park on North Parade last night and is thought to be at large in the town.
Children have been urged to help track the prehistoric beast by reporting any sighting of its footprints.
“If you can help us find the ferocious creature, there could be a reward in it for you,” said a spokesperson for the park.
Sighting report forms will be handed out in the town, mainly by the Hildreds Centre, to help children track the dinosaur.
Those who present their footprint form at the Lost Work Adventure Park will be rewarded with a special gift as part of the park’s special launch event from today at 4pm.
The Mayor of Skegness Coun Jim Carpenter will be officially opening the park and there will be events and free refreshments for all.
The event is being held to update residents on the recent developments at the park and its plans for future expansion.
Park owner Brad Carter hopes local people and holidaymakers will show their support for the attraction to support his plans for future investment.
The park currently boasts a whole host of exciting family attractions including the first black lit 3D gold and an interactive 4D dinosaur tail.
Next year Mr Carter plans on creating an amphitheatre, museum and cinema.