Dinosaur Hall Tour at AMNH

On Saturday, January 30th, The Metropolitan Society of Natural Historians was led on a wonderful tour of the American Museum of Natural History's dinosaur exhibit, featuring the latest and largest addition, the Titanosaur spanning 120 feet long from top of the head to tip of the tail. We were led by dinosaur expert, Danny Barta who expounded on the evolution of dinosaurs, and the hypotheses concerning their end and their evolution into the birds around us today. We learned the differences between the two major groups of dinosaurs: ornithischians and saurischians and listened to Barta describe his own research on dinosaur reproduction, growth and development.

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