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Sea Rex 3D swims into IMAX!
January 13, 2011 · Be The First To Comment

Explore an amazing underwater universe inhabited by larger-than-life creatures that ruled the oceans millions of years ago in Sea Rex 3D – now showing in HMNS IMAX!. Mosasaurus hoffmannii skeleton on display at the Maastricht Natural History Museum, The Netherlands Guided by Georges Cuvier, considered by many to be the father of paleontology, viewers learn […]

Edward Hitchcock
October 14, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Archaeopteryx: Icon of Evolution is coming back, a week from tomorrow! Don’t miss the exhibit as it flies into the Houston Museum of Natural Science in Sugar Land, opening Oct. 22, 2010. Famed paleontologist Bob Bakker provides more insight into this unique fossil. The Reverend Edward Hitchcock – The Man Who Predicted Archaeopteryx – a Quarter Century […]

Homeosaurus a Living Fossil
September 16, 2010 · 2 Comments

Beasts of land and skies and the winner of the longevity award The descendants  of Homeosaurus are alive and well today in New Zealand. Homeosaurs looked like plump lizards from the outside. But their inner structure was distinctive. The skull was rigid so the snout couldn’t flex the way a lizard’s can. Plus, the teeth […]

The Man Who Made Fossil Fish Famous
July 29, 2010 · Be The First To Comment

Our Archaeopteryx show has bedazzling fossils – the only Archaeopteryx skeleton in the New World, complete with clear impressions of feathers. Plus frog-mouthed pterodactyls, fast-swimming Sea Crocs, and slinky land lizards. Today we learn about the Louis Agassiz and his theories. Louis Agassiz (1807-1873) Paris and the Lure of Fish, 1836 Agassiz grew up in […]



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