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Tag Archives: Triceratops
The Burpee Museum of Natural History in Rockford, Illinois is home to quite a few interesting exhibits, but two fascinating and important dinosaur fossils really stand out: the most complete juvenile Tyrannosaurus, “Jane,” and the most complete sub-adult Triceratops, “Homer.” The … Continue reading
The lovely city of St. Paul, Minnesota is home to the Science Museum of Minnesota, a terrific museum full of science activities for the entire family to enjoy. The large building houses numerous displays and exhibits, and quite a few … Continue reading
It is fair to wonder what the interest in dinosaurs in North America would be without the contributions of Yale University and the Yale Peabody Museum. At the center of the golden age of dinosaur collecting during the “Bone Wars” … Continue reading
The Houston Museum of Natural Science has long been considered a world-class museum, it is one of the largest and most well-attended museums in the United States. Paleontology and dinosaurs, however, were historically good but not great–Houston had a nice … Continue reading
The Triceratops is among the most well known and beloved of all dinosaurs; only its ancient rival Tyrannosaurus might eclipse it in popularity. With its prominent horns and frill, Triceratops is easily recognized and has been a star of the dinosaur … Continue reading
The Museum of the Rockies is one of the great dinosaur museums in North America. Nestled in the beautiful college town of Bozeman, Montana, the MOR has an outstanding collection of dinosaur fossils and some wonderful displays that any dinosaur … Continue reading