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Coffey County Geologic Map
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the Cretaceous Period, about 65 million years ago, dinosaurs roamed the
North American continent. This winter, they will roam the halls of the
Sternberg Museum of Natural History in Hays, Kansas. A special exhibition
featuring a full-scale replica of “Sue,” the largest, most
complete, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton ever
discovered, will explore both the science and the controversy surrounding
The centerpiece of the exhibition is a life-sized
cast skeleton of Sue. Interactive anatomical models will allow visitors
to control the movements of a T. rex’s jaw, tail, neck,
and forelimbs. Visitors can put together a large format, three-dimensional
puzzle of Sue’s skeleton, see the Cretaceous world through Sue’s
eyes, experience an eye-level view of Sue’s skull, and touch models
of Sue’s 12-inch long teeth. Other dinosaur-related events and displays
The exhibition runs from February 25, 2001, through
April 29, 2001. Admission to the museum will be restricted to a limited
number of people each day during this special exhibit. For tickets and
more information, contact the Sternberg Museum at 785-628-4286 or online
Dinosaur Exhibit Travels to Sternberg Museum
Online February 10, 2003
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