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Summer ’16 – Dinosaurs Revealed at the Mid America Science Museum

Mid-America Science Museum is happy to announce Dinosaurs Revealed as its first summer exhibit since its grand re-opening. This featured exhibit will be made up of fossils and animatronic dinosaurs and will be premiering Memorial Day weekend. On display throughout the entire summer, visitors may have the opportunity to view and even touch six full […]

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Summer ’16 – The World of Giant Insects at Arizona Science Center

Arizona Science Center’s latest featured exhibition, The World of Giant Insects, transports you into a bug’s life getting up close and personal with interactive animatronic critters.Stand under a giant Desert Locust as it springs to flight. Watch as the Chinese Praying Mantis spreads its menacing limbs or sit alongside a fat and squishy Lime Swallowtail […]

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Fall ’12 – DInosaurs! at SciWorks

DINOSAURS! Back by popular demand, everyone’s favorite prehistoric reptiles are here until January 12th, 2013! Immerse yourself in an exhibit featuring your favorite dinosaurs including Tyrannosaurus Rex, Stegosaurus, Triceratops, Deinonychus, and more! These full and half sizes robots move with incredibly life-like motion as they roar, feed, fight, and care for their young.

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Summer ’12 – Museum of Arts and Science, Macon, GA

May 5, 2012 – September 16, 2012 Journey back through time in the Life Through Time: Dinosaurs & Ice Age Mammals exhibition to see how a few famous animals lived in their environments. Experience the sights, sounds, and action of robotic animals from Kokoro Exhibits, the creative team that has recreated the time of dinosaurs […]

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Summer ’12 – The Museum, Kitchner, Canada

The Exhibition DINOSAURS! presents dramatic robotic vignettes that portray the life of dinosaurs in a variety of settings. Based on paleontological discoveries, each scene comes to life in a way that inspires the imaginations of visitors, and offers a refreshing departure from the traditional, academic displays. www.themuseum.ca/exhibitions-featured-exhibits.htm

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