Taking my son to the American Museum of Natural History Part 2

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The giant skeletons are why we came back to the museum despite having been years ago. It's like going to a movie knowing for sure it's a good one. A place to say WOOWWW.

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What colors were the dinosaurs when they were alive? No one knows.

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Which dinosaurs were more widespread? Anatotitan, a duck-billed dinosaur, survived until about 65 million years ago. You can zoom-in to read more.

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Skull and jaws
With a head that big, can you imagine what they were thinking all day? Haha.

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No, I'm not smiling for your pictures mommy.

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Oh my God! That guy was huge.

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There was a film festival going on.

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Some said "wow" covering their mouth, I did it with my mouth opened and taking pictures. Hahaha.

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You can get more information from computers like this one.

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Imagine walking on the street and meeting a turtle that big. What would you do? I would take pictures of course. Haha.

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What's happening here?

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Hall of Planet Earth

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This hall displays a collection of geological specimens from around the world to show how our planet works.

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Museum shop is another fun place for kids.

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The museum closed at 5.45pm. It's time to go home.
Bye bye! We will be back.

Thanks so much for your time, my friends.
Have a great day!

Love,
@dewdrop

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Reminds me of jurassic park, looks like you had yourself a great day, nice shots too.

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Thanks, Glenn! We did! Yeah! And "Night at the Museum" too.

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This is truly an amazing place to spend days walking around. So many dinosaur skeletons, they have such long tails. But the giant turtle won my first prize for being very surprising!

Those big rocks are wonderful to touch! If they allow this, I would probably be touching all the rocks just to feel the ancient memories and their energies.

Such a nice post, thank you very much for taking the time to produce it for us!

Cheers.

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Thanks so much for enjoying it, Kaminchan. Yeah, I didn't mention it felt wonderful walking between those rocks. Yes, you can touch them (we did) and there is a sitting area so you can meditate too if you want. Haha.
Have a good night, my friend 😊.

awesome, have always been fascinated about dinosaurs myself ;)

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thanks X)

Hello dew, great post from the museum. Museum visits are a nice thing to do with children and it looks like your son enjoyed it well :)

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Hi there! Thanks 😊! You're right. He loved it. So he needs to be good to have another adventure 😁.

Did you know they are still alive ?
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Just show then your Son

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Wow! What? Really? 😲. It's a show right? 😃

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Yes, a show in many countries, WALKING WITH DINOSAURS

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Wow! That is super cool!

museum looks fantastic. I have never seen such a big archeology museum. Thanks for nice post :)

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Thanks, Dilek! So happy you enjoyed 😊.

These dinosaurs were old when I saw them as a kid. lol

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They are dead many million years ago. Hahaha

Museums are always interesting :)

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Yes, they are 😊.

good job

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Thanks 😊

very nice post @dewdrop! ^_^

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Thanks Reinika 😊

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Good scientific tours.

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Thanks 😃!

Wow! The bones are so big. What a great outing day with your kid. You both seem to have a lot of fun!

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Hey! Thanks! We did! I said wow many times too. It's crazy we can see and touch them after many million years.

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Me too, I said wow looking at the photos!

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