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Throwback Thursday: Want To Know What Dinosaurs Feel Like? Come Pet Our Mummified Edmontosaurus To Find Out!
August 3, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

  Yes, the Beyond Bone Blog has hopped on the “Throwback Thursday” bandwagon. But you know what? I’m excited about it! There’s so many amazing blogs from the past that deserve another day in the sun. For example, did you know that it’s completely possible to pet a dinosaur?  It’s true! We have petrified Edmontosaurus […]

Giant, Creepy And Ancient: Our Ground-Shaking New Addition To The Hall Of Paleontology
May 26, 2017 · 1 Comment

          As if things weren’t exciting enough with the addition of our new giant eurypterid, installation has begun on an even bigger, and possibly creepier specimen. The above image shows our new giant crinoid specimen getting set up in time for Memorial Day. So what is a crinoid? Although personally they look to me […]

The Founding Father And The Ficticious Feline: The Story Of Thomas Jefferson And His Mis-Identified Sloth
April 13, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

Eremotherium, the species of giant ground sloth that we have on display in our Hall of Paleontology, roamed North America 20,000 years ago.  Thomas Jefferson, the great statesman who celebrates his 274th birthday today, roamed North America 200 years ago. It may seem like a stretch to connect the two, but in fact it was […]

Jurassic Death Trap
January 25, 2017 · Be The First To Comment

Horseshoe crab death track. Mesolimulus walchi. Solnhofen, Germany. When people walk through our permanent exhibit halls, sometimes they come upon an object that makes them think “what in the world are they doing?“. It can be two fossilized skeletons posed in an unusual arrangement, or an artifact with a strange ritual depicted on it. This […]


HMNS at Hermann Park

5555 Hermann Park Dr.
Houston,Texas 77030
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HMNS at Sugar Land

13016 University Blvd.
Sugar Land, Texas 77479
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George Observatory

21901 FM 762 Rd.
Needville, Texas 77461
(281) 242-3055

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