“T. rex: The Ultimate Predator”

Museums, Natural history American Museum of Natural History , Upper West Side Until Saturday August 1 2020
Tyrannosaurus Rex, 4th floor halls
Photograph: Courtesy Craig Chesek Tyrannosaurus Rex, 4th floor halls

Time Out says

Prepare to dig deep like a true paleontologist thanks to "T. Rex: The Ultimate Predator." The Museum of Natural History's new exhibit will give visitors a peek into how the massive creatures came to be. Patrons will get a good look at the new findings about the tyrannosaurs genus, with a special focus on our main man, the T. rex. Unlike what people may think—and what movies led us to believe—T. rex is simply one part of the species' 100-million-year evolution. Who knew that tyrannosaurs species actually include small, agile creatures? For real! 



Event website: https://www.amnh.org/
Venue name: American Museum of Natural History
Address: Central Park West at 79th St
New York
Transport: Subway: B, C to 81st St–Museum of Natural History; 1 to 79th St
Price: Free with museum admission

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