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Dipsy the Diplodocus is back at HMNS!
March 11, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

After a 2 year absence, “Dipsy” the Diplodocus is back at HMNS!  Making it’s debut back in 1975, Dipsy was the first dinosaur to call HMNS home. In 2013, our Diplodocus was de-installed from its original place in the Glassell Hall and sent off for a much needed spa retreat in Utah. While there, the […]

Whole-Hole Catalogue: The Horned Meat-eater Ceratosaurus
April 26, 2010 · 1 Comment

Here’s the skull and life portrait of the carnivorous dinosaur Ceratosaurus, from the Late Jurassic of Colorado, Wyoming and Utah.  It’s the only meat-eater with a tall, sharp-edged horn on its nose. (And it’s my very favorite dino of all time – isn’t it just lovely?). Check out the holes in the skull and the […]

Skull Slushies – What’s inside a dinosaur’s skull?
March 24, 2010 · 1 Comment

We get so many great questions through our blog, and every now and then we can turn those responses into a blog post. One our readers favorite posts is “What would YOU ask a paleontologist?” Last week we got this question from Britt: “ok so, if dinosaurs, for the most part had tiny little brains, and […]

Dead Man’s Party – Dia de los Muertos
October 30, 2009 · 1 Comment

Halloween is this Saturday and everyone is scrambling to put together their costumes and figuring out what parties to go to Friday and Saturday. But what are your plans for Dia de los Muertos on November 2nd!? The education department here at HMNS offered an encore event to last year’s very popular Dia de los Muertos Educator Overnight and […]



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