On this day in 1990, paleontologist Susan Hendrickson discovered one of the most famous dinosaur skeletons of all time: the Tyrannosaurus rex known as “Sue.” Found in South Dakota, the fossil remains the largest of the species ever discovered. Well-preserved and over 90 percent complete, the skeleton offered scientists a clearer picture of how the animal lived when it roamed the Earth 65 million years ago. Sue, who’s named for Hendrickson, is now permanently on display at Chicago’s Field Museum, where she stands at over 40 feet long.
To see the T. rex on view at the American Museum of Natural History, visit the Hall of Saurischian Dinosaurs:
Happy World Elephant Day!
Social and intelligent, elephants are among the few animals known to recognize their own reflections. They form close bonds and live in matriarch-led herds, the members of ..
This weekend is your last chance to see the Museum's ¡Cuba! exhibition before it closes.
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Attention vintage motorcycle enthusiasts- this Sunday is the Graham Walker Run held by the Sunbeam Motorcycle Club!
Introduced in 1962, this event is run in memory of Graham Walker who was, for many ..
Do you remember your 21st birthday celebrations? During this week in 1887, John Montagu celebrated coming of age with a garden party, yachting cruise, dancing, fireworks and a 21 gun salute!
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On selected days in August we are inviting our younger visitors to take part in our free creative workshops. Supported by the Arts Council England Designation Fund and sponsored by the Caravan and Mot..
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