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It’s a celebration of dinosaurs. Paleopalooza is taking place Saturday and Sunday at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University.
They’re not your old animatronics from ten years ago,” says Jennifer Sontchi, exhibit director at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. “They look like real animals.”
When your child’s fascination with dinosaurs surpasses your own knowledge, this app can help.
Ultimate Dinopedia is a dinosaur reference app that features over 700 of the creatures, with the latest paleontologist discoveries as well as pictures and video.
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The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University will be hosting a fossil-filled extravaganza this weekend, February 18-19, for the whole family.
“This is the first time anywhere in the world outside of Egypt that any part of this dinosaur has been displayed in public,” Drexel paleontologist Ken Lacovara said.
If you look up at a five-story building, that’s the tallest dinosaur. You look across four school buses, that’s the longest dinosaur. A pile of 50 elephants and you’ve got the heaviest dinosaur.”
If you thought you could only see dinosaurs in museums and on the movie screens, think again.