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December 2017 Newsletter(0)

December 1, 2017

FROM THE EDUCATION DESK December is here and for me this year has gone all too soon and so very quickly!   FYI: During the early Jurassic period, a baby marine reptile gorged itself on squid and then abruptly died. Roughly 200 million years later, paleontologist Dean Lomax was examining this creature’s fossilized remains at […]

November 2017 Newsletter

FROM THE EDUCATION DESK Hopefully all of you got to come to the museum and see our cool Halloween decorations. We had a great time putting them up for you and everyone seemed to really have fun. FYI: Sinosauropteryx is a small feathered dinosaur which lived during the early Cretaceous period, was about 3 ¼-4ft […]

October 2017 Newsletter

FROM THE EDUCATION DESK The kids are all settled back in school and we are looking forward to putting up our decorations for Halloween here at the museum. Stop by and join us for our fun October events. I am looking forward to the beautiful foliage which we always get in October…fall is my favorite […]

September 2017 Newsletter

FROM THE EDUCATION DESK FYI: Patagotitan mayorum fossils were found in southern Argentina and belongs to a group called titanosaurs. At 76 tons, this plant eater was as heavy as a space shuttle. It was named after the Patagonia region where it was found and the Greek word titan, which means large. The second name […]


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