The bus returned and into the museum we went.
The museum follows a timeline – from earth’s beginning. There was so much to see and read, oh my. The museum is privately owned and there are specimens from all over the world.
I took a lot of pictures and tried to just pick out the ones I found interesting.
Now this is interesting about mass extinction events.
After walking around many of the displays the museum then opens to this huge area that contains the dinosaurs.
Sorry about the lighting but if you look real close, Jimbo takes up the whole area – he was HUGE!
Another great display:
There are only 10 known specimens of this amazing species, thought to be the first true bird, in the entire world. Only ONE of them is on display in North America - and it's at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center.
More dinosaurs and replicas:
Remember Jurassic Park?
We watched part of a movie that talks about the possible cause of one of the mass extinctions. Very interesting. I am still amazed that there were five big mass extinction events on earth and we are not sure why any of these happened.
What a great museum!
We had rain off and on this evening so we just hung out.
So what did the cats do all day?
They sleep in the strangest positions – .
Stay tuned for our next adventures and enjoy today.