Monday, October 08, 2012

New dino exhibit at Arizona Science Center

A temporary exhibit on dinosaurs opened this weekend at the Arizona Science Center, entitled "Giant, Mysterious Dinosaurs."  The promo invites visitors to  "Explore the largest touring collection of dinosaur skeletons and robotics while following the evolutionary course of these super-giants. Titans up to 70 feet long and 24 feet tall include the world’s largest meat-eating dinosaur, the longest-necked of all plant-eaters, an Argentine giant with bizarre long double spines, the unicorn-spiked duckbill from China, and the exotic, little-known Asian ancestors of horned, duckbilled and plate-backed behemoths."  [Photo credit, Arizona Science Center]  The exhibit runs until January 21, 2013.

Arizona Science Center is located in downtown Phoenix in the Heritage and Science Park on the northwest corner of 7th Street and Washington Street at 600 E. Washington St.

1 comment:

  1. I just saw this on the news last night. I am excited to go to see this exhibit soon. Linda