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The first T-Rex Cafe restaurant opened in in , , followed by the opening of another at (formerly Downtown Disney) in , , on October 17, 2008. (It appears to have been themed around segment of .[]) It features , , , , , , , , (Including and ), , large insect models, alongside a , 13-foot wide octopus, and 2 fish tanks. There is a 2-min. meteor shower with various sized asteroids, and the ice cave turns from a blue or purple-pink color to orange to give the feeling it is melting, and all animals hoot, roar, and go berserk. T-Rex has a fossil dig in which kids can uncover a T-Rex or find their own fossils to keep and/or split a geode open. They have interactive touch screens that have games, toon clips, and things to learn about several of the creatures at the restaurant. Outside there is an skeleton and on the other side a Parasaurolophus sits in a pond fed by a waterfall with some plants by it. The restaurant looks like a forest with snowy mountains in the middle.
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Each Rainforest Cafe restaurant is designed to depict some features of a tropical rainforest, including plant growth; mist; waterfalls; and figures of rainforest animals, including elephants, gorillas, jaguars, snakes, frogs, iguanas, butterflies, and tropical birds. It also includes fish tanks. Most locations also have themed exteriors as well as interiors. The Rainforest Cafe in (formerly Downtown Disney), , is located under a large artificial volcano which erupts during the simulated thunderstorms. Others, such as the locations in ; ; and , ; have the appearance of ancient jungle ruins, particularly resembling . Mall locations usually have waterfalls and simulated plant growth outside of them, visible to those who pass in the mall. Nearly all locations have a 'wishing pond', usually with an animatronic crocodile, where guests are invited to toss coins, aiming for the crocodile's mouth. May 5, 2012 - Disney researchers put gesture recognition in door knobs, chairs, fish tanks. Imagine a door that locks when you pinch the knob. Crazy, right?
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a huge fish tank at T-Rex in Downtown Disney Orlando burst open, sending guests running and employees hopping trying to catch fish! Apparently, there was a leak in one of the large fish tanks, and a few guests got wet, which alerted people to the problem. Eventually, the tank burst open out onto the dining room.