"The World's Largest Dinosaurs"

As if the American Museum of Natural History's dinosaur halls weren't awesome enough, here comes a show about the largest of prehistoric beasts, the sauropods. The centerpiece is an 11-foot-tall, 60-foot-long model of a female Mamenchisaurus, which still doesn't come close to being the longest of the infraorder (they max out at about 150 feet in length). Learn how these massive animals breathed, ate, moved and survived while they roamed the earth.