Museum of Paleontology
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Scientific illustrator Carol Abraczinskas recognized in scientific illustration contest at the 5th International Paleontological Congress in Paris.
After 90 years in the Ruthven Building, LSA’s Museum of Natural History is moving to the new Biological Sciences Building. But some specimens, including a giant Edmontosaurus skeleton, will live in the Research Museums Center down the street.
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Museum on the Move: Excavating the Edmontosaurus
The Museum of Paleontology is on the move. Follow a giant Edmontosaurus dinosaur skeleton from its dig site in Montana, to an exhibit in the Museum of Natural History, and most recently to a research facility where scientists once again will get to take a close look at the bones. For a dead specimen, the Edmontosaurus has managed to stay active over the years.
Please Note: The Museum of Paleontology is a research facility. It is not usually open to the public. Please refer to the Museum of Natural History website if you wish to visit.
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