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More great dinosaur prizes for you to win

DINOSAUR SIGHTINGS: Amy Thurtel and Bray Goodwin are getting their entries in - get yours in too before July 15. Photo: Georja Ryan
DINOSAUR SIGHTINGS: Amy Thurtel and Bray Goodwin are getting their entries in - get yours in too before July 15. Photo: Georja Ryan

DON'T wait until it's extinct - get your entry forms in now to be in the running to win some great prizes with our dinosaur competition.

If you missed out on any of the 40 prehistoric dinosaur cards, get your entry forms in to win an entire set in an album!

You will also be in the running to win four dinosaur figurines and four large stand-up cut-outs to create your very own dinosaur kingdom.

From now until July 10, there will be entry forms in every Tuesday's edition of The DEX which you will need to add two tokens, published in Wednesday's and Thursday's papers.

Send your entries in to PO Box 271, Grafton, NSW 2460 or drop your entry forms into The Daily Examiner office before 12pm on July 15 for your chance to win this awesome prize pack valued at $150.

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