Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Fossil Gallery Displays

Here are some more of the fossils on display.


I finish with the display panel and fossil installation of Daspletosaurus, a predecessor to Tyrannosaurus Rex. Tomorrow I'll be wrapping up my series from the museum.

36 comments:

  1. Very impressive! And William, I absolutely love your header. It is so cheerful and colourful!

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  2. This is quite a vast exhibit. I don't think I've ever seen more than one or two skeletons of this size or scale.

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  3. Amazing skeleton structures of these ancient creatures!

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  4. Daspletosarus heads fascinate me. How could those long skinny necks have held the up?

    Janis
    GDP

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  5. You showed us a lot of the museum.

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  6. I love dinosaur exhibits. We don't have enough of them in Sydney.

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  7. @Linda: thanks!

    @Kay: it is a good sized collection.

    @Grace: indeed!

    @Janis: I have no idea.

    @Marianne: I did!

    @Debs: I love them too.

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  8. Our 6-year-old granddaughter is really into these dinosaurs!
    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  9. These are, I assume, mostly recreations from some fossils. I can't imagine they've found enough fossils to put together one of these creatures, but then again, I may be out of the loop here. I do relate, though. Lately younger people have used the moniker, "Old Fossil", when referring to me.

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  10. I always find these displays amazing. Just imagine all the work that goes into putting these puzzles together!

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  11. Very impressive. It's hard to imagine these giants walked around a few million years ago.

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  12. I sure wouldn't have wanted to run into some of these guys when they were alive!

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  13. Always thrilling to see dinosaurs! Thanks

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  14. It looks similar to exhibits in the Tyrell Museum in Drumheller. They're great replicas of the real thing.

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  15. @Karl: little? :)

    @Jennifer: kids are fascinated by dinosaurs!

    @Lowell: some are recreations- the very light ones, for instance. Others might include fabricated bones to make up for that they can't find, though I have no idea what the percentage of fossils versus reproductions here might be.

    @Halcyon: it is a lot of work.

    @Jan: and they were giants!

    @Norma: they'd make short work of us.

    @Cloudia: you're welcome.

    @Red: I remember that museum from childhood.

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  16. I have to admit, that is quite a collection.

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  17. I wonder if these guys ever got over weight? bones. ( ;

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  18. They really did a great job assembling the skeleton parts together. Great exhibition.

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  19. Glad these things are extinct!

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  20. Again another interesting series. Imagine these giants walking where we stand today.
    MB

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  21. @Sharon: it certainly is.

    @Beth: I think they got plenty of exercise!

    @Nancy: I quite agree.

    @Cheryl: we'd be in trouble if they weren't.

    @MB: millions of years apart, and yet not that far away from us.

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  22. So glad these are fossils and not alive!

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  23. They have a super collection of fossils, William!

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  24. A very interesting exhibition, William.

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  25. It amazes me that these are fossils...

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  26. These fossil figures are huge and amazing shapes. A great display.

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  27. Amazing William that's some collection..

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  28. @Janet: I wonder what the dinosaurs would think of their remains dug up and incorporated into displays.

    @RedPat: yes, they do.

    @Marleen: I think so too.

    @Ciel: it's quite a collection to have.

    @Gemma: and if I've got my history right, this particular gallery once hosted one of our two houses of Parliament during the rebuilding of Centre Block. That makes it fitting- from old living fossils to long dead fossils.

    @Geoff: it definitely is!

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  29. i don't care who you are, you have to find them fascinating.

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  30. It has been a very long time since I visited a dinosaur display at a museum. Time to go back.

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  31. I've already mentioned what an awesome place that is. I don't wish to be redundant.

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  32. They did do a wonderful job on this exhibit.

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  33. A always enjoy the dinosaur displays. Great photos!

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