Discover how dinosaurs took different evolutionary trajectories around the world! Dinosaurs were the dominant terrestrial animals throughout the Mesozoic Era (also known as the Age of Reptiles). During their remarkable 172 million year reign, they adapted into a variety of forms. Long-necked herbivores as large as whales, the mighty T. rex, and even bigger predators ruled their corners of the earth. Inter-continental collisions driven by plate tectonics and land bridges created by sea level fluctuations and volcanic activity allowed dinosaurs to disperse to all corners of the globe. They each took their own evolutionary trajectories, leaving every continent with its own unique selection of dinosaurs. Recent paleontological research has documented the remains of these remarkable animals on all seven continents including Antarctica and Australia.
GALLERIES include: Europe, Asia, Australia, Antarctica, South America, Africa, and North America. The exhibitions addresses key topics such as how dinosaurs got on every continent, how dinosaurs lived in different climates, how they interacted with each other, what they ate in different parts of the world and more!
Call for info. Customizable - various sets and sizes. This exhibition also exists as an OUTDOOR version.
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