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The Best Trilobite: A volunteer’s utterly subjective examination
August 5, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

Editor’s Note: This blog comes to us courtesy of longtime volunteer John Moffitt. I lead tours through the new HMNS Paleo Hall and spend a lot of time in the Paleozoic. Sometimes this ties in with a class on trilobites. During these tours, I answer a lot of questions like, “What is a trilobite, anyway?” […]

Peruse Sugar Land’s new Paleo Hall — it’s newly doubled in size and open now!
January 28, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

HMNS at Sugar Land has quite the pretty new Paleo Hall. With 5,000 square feet of major mounts (including a Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus rex and Giant Ground Sloth), an impressive selection of trilobites, detailed to-scale models and an animated prehistoric aquarium, it’s got more than enough to interest a developing dino-lover or a seasoned fossil expert. […]

The best bugs in the world: They’re not just at the Butterfly Center
January 14, 2013 · 1 Comment

When the new paleo hall opened, the Museum put up a billboard warning the public that the hall is infested with BUGS! It really is, but they are not the kind you step on. We have a display that is arguably the “Best In the World.” I will be writing a number of articles on […]



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