Titanosaur Debut At American Museum Of Natural History In NYC
A new dinosaur is in the house! Such an amazing thing for the kids, and the kid in ALL of us to experience. Looking for something cool to do? Here's the info.
The titanosaur has been unveiled at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. This baby is so big it has to be seen to be believed. I think it's time to rally the troops and take a road trip to the Big Apple.
Dino clocks in at 122-feet long, it's the largest dinosaur ever displayed and it's a brand new species. This giant was discovered in 2014. It weighed about 70 tons or about as much as ten African elephants. Turns out the titanosaur is too big to fit entirely into the museum's exhibit space, so its head and neck will greet you near the elevators, as a "welcome" to the "dinosaur floor." The museum's famous Tyrannosaurus rex will be there also. You can read the story at cbsnews.com