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Dinosaurs at the Museum

Cy Wilsey

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New Mexico is a world-renowned area for the discovery of those ancient reptiles. These ancient fossils help scientists learn how they lived their lives, how they evolved, and how they went extinct. The New Mexico Museum of Nature History and Science opened in 1986 has become the number one place to view dinosaurs from New Mexico.

The Farmington Museum will now have their collection on display for everybody to see. The exhibit will have real fossils and a cast of the TRex found in the Bisti Badlands known as the “Bisti Beast.” The Director of the Farmington Museum Bart Wilsey has said this about this exhibit, “You will learn a lot about New Mexico dinosaurs and the environments they lived in.”

 

The art work was panted by Matt Celeskey.

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