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Dinosaurs: Land of the Fire and Ice & Dinosaur Discovery

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9:00 am ( 06/17/2017 - 09/17/2017 )
Kalamazoo Valley Museum
230 North Rose Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Cost: FREE
Contact & More Info
http://www.kvm.kvcc.edu
Email: museumstaff@kvcc.edu
Phone: (269) 373-7990

Crossing the threshold of these exhibits means traveling back in time to explore the age of the dinosaurs. In "Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice," visitors move through the exhibit, encountering unfamiliar landscapes, touchable dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes, and opportunities to investigate clues about what the dinosaurs left behind. The exhibit features three distinct sections: Land of Fire (a warm dinosaur habitat), Land of Ice (a cold dinosaur habitat), and a Field Research Station. Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice was created by Minnesota Children's Museum and nationally sponsored by The David B. Jones Foundation.

In "Dinosaur Discovery," take a step back into the Mesozoic Era, where dinosaurs from the Cretaceous Period are still alive and well. Wander through the exhibit to see a family of Triceratops grazing, as well as the mighty, carnivorous, and roaring Albertosaurus! Be sure to look up to see the Pteranodon flying overhead! Although dinosaurs went extinct 66 million years ago, you can still adventure through this part of the exhibit and see dinosaurs come alive through the use of animatronic creatures!Dinosaur Discovery is brought to you by KOKORO, LLC.

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