BIG cats at Marwell Zoo were given a sneak peak of the latest model to be installed as part of the popular Brickosaurs exhibition.

The baby tyrannosaurus rex is one of five new Lego dinosaur species to be unveiled last Thursday.

Other new models include a four-metre tall plesiosaur, a spikey 1,500kg stegosaurus, a colourful mochlodon, and five bird-like archaeopteryx.

Marwell Zoo, near Colden Common, is the first attraction in the world to host Brickosaurs, which features 50 sculptures in total.

Highlights include the largest touring Lego brick dinosaur model ever made – an eight-metre tyrannosaurus rex.

It took an estimated 969 days and more than two million bricks to complete the collection of dinosaur sculptures.

To help guests track down all the new dinosaurs, there is a free trail map available.

Alternatively, they can download the Marwell Zoo App.