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The Formation and Preservation of the Solnhofen Fossils
June 3, 2010 · 3 Comments

Our new Archaeopteryx exhibition has stunning complete fossils of fish, turtles, crocodiles, shrimp, sharks and much more, all from Solnhofen, Germany. In this blog, Dr. Bakker explains why Solnhofen produced and preserved so many spectacular, intact specimens. The Mystery of Tropical Germany From the first diggings in the late 1700’s,  Solnhofen presented a profound puzzle: Why […]

Get your hands on science!
February 9, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Seeing our dinosaurs up close is exciting – but getting your hands on science is an even more amazing experience. Which is why we try to bring you hands-on, educational activities that make you the scientist. Visitors search for shark’s teeth in our Paleo Hall Several mornings a week we have a volunteer on-hand in […]



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