Did Dinosaurs Poop?
Children become food, fossils, and paleontologists in Did Dinosaurs Poop?, an exciting new exhibition available February 2013. Designed for an audience of families with children ages 4 to 10, this exhibition presents a fun, colorful approach to learning about fossils and dino diets long ago.
Visitors will take a digestion journey, traveling as dinosaur “food” from tooth to tush, and will discover how poop can become a fossil. They will also take on the role of paleontologist to uncover fossils at a “dig site,” examine them, and figure out where - and when! - they came from. Through bright graphics, hands-on interactives, touchable fossil casts, and purposeful play, visitors will:
• see how stones, bones, and teeth tell us about dino diet
• understand the process of fossilization
• begin to reconstruct past ecological webs
• become scientists themselves, discovering how to learn from the amazing fossil record!
This traveling exhibit was created by the Museum of the Earth.
|Participation Fee||$8500 for a 10 - 12 week booking period.|
|Size||1500 square feet (flexible). Ceiling height 8 ft.|
|Shipping||Venue pays inbound shipping.|
|Tour Begins||February 2013|