World's Largest Dinosaurs
Now through January 3rd
The Cleveland Museum of Natural History
For 140 million years, humongous plant-eating sauropod dinosaurs ruled the planet as the largest animals to walk on land in the Earth's history. Welcome these awesome giants to Cleveland, and discover how they ate, moved and interacted with their environment in The World's Largest Dinosaurs, organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York, in collaboration with Coolture Marketing, Bogotá, Colombia.
Go beyond the bones and into the bodies of these titans to find out what scientists have discovered about the link between size and heart rate, respiration, metabolism and reproduction. Come ready to interact in huge and exciting ways with touchable teeth, skulls and vertebrae from these evolutionary marvels—and so much more!