World's Giant Dinosaurs
The Manitoba Museum is pleased to announce the launch of our newly
enlarged and improved Alloway Hall with a very special exhibit: World’s Giant Dinosaurs. This exhibit presents a touring collection of some of the world’s largest dinosaurs. Fossils, casts, robotics, videos, and other media are used to illustrate the story of how dinosaurs evolved to such immense sizes, and how they dominated life on land for well over 100 million years. Twenty dramatically-lit dinosaur skeletons and robots, up to more than 60 feet in length, illustrate new scientific discoveries that are allowing us to learn much more about these amazing life forms.
World’s Giant Dinosaurs provides a broad and exciting survey of these fascinating creatures, including meat eaters and plant eaters, large and small. They are drawn from most of the 170 million years in which dinosaurs were the dominant land animals, and from many parts of the world including western North America, Argentina, China, Mongolia, and Europe.
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