MEET the builders creating a collection of Lego dinosaurs for a unique exhibition in Hampshire.

The specialist team will have spent an estimated 969 days using more than two million bricks to bring the spectacular Brickosaurs! display to life at Marwell Zoo.

Lego and dinosaur enthusiasts alike will be able to discover up to 50 sculptures as well as enjoy a few interactive surprises at the exhibition which runs from April 5 to September 1.

The creator Bright Bricks is the world’s largest independent professional Lego brick building firm with more than 60 staff using in excess of 30 million bricks each year at their warehouse in Bordon, Hampshire. It will take the artists anything from one hour to create a Compsognathus to an estimated 1,500 hours to complete the T-Rex, which will be the largest touring Lego brick dinosaur ever made.