HAYS, Kan. -- Don't miss the
opportunity to experience Africa's prehistoric rapacious reptiles. Sternberg
Museum of Natural History's "GIANTS: African Dinosaurs" exhibit
features 70-foot-long herbivores, carnivores with foot-long thumb claws, and
flying creatures with 16-foot wingspans.
These fossils were discovered by
"world renowned paleontologist and National Geographic
Explorer-in-Residence" Dr. Paul Sereno. The exhibit provides visions of
the ancient inhabitants of the Sahara when water was a common resource in the
"We have five full mounts of
dinosaurs. Some of them are really huge, too," said Greg Walters, exhibits
director at the museum. "Visitors are going to see dinosaurs that they
haven't seen anywhere else."
The exhibit will be open to the
public until Aug. 5. Admission is $8 for adults (13-59), $5 for children
(4-12), $6 for senior citizens (60 and older), and $4 for FHSU students with