February 5, 2013
Learn To Visualize Ancient Animals From Fossils With Drawn To Dinosaurs At The Academy Of Natural Sciences, Through June 9
The Academy of Natural Sciences loves their dinosaurs. From a life-size dinosaur skeleton on display to lots of dinosaur memorabilia throughout the museum, the Academy of Natural Sciences is the place to go for all things dinosaur.
This holds true for their latest dinosaur-exploring exhibit, Drawn to Dinosaurs: Hadrosaurus foulkii. The exhibit runs from now until June 9.
It centers around a plant-eating duckbill dinosaur that the exhibit is named for; the Hadrosaurus foulkii. Fossils of this dinosaur were found in Haddonfield, NJ in 1858 and will be on display for all to see at the Academy of Natural Sciences.
Guests will learn how to visualize an animal that was around millions of years ago based on the fragments and fossils of its remains.
This family-friendly exhibit is free with museum admission.
Drawn To Dinosaurs at the Academy of Natural Sciences
When: February 2-June 9
Where: Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy
Cost: Free with museum admission
More info: www.ansp.org