Gigantic Dinosaur Exhibition: The Titanosaur

This dinosaur won't spring to life like the one in Night at the Museum, but still this newly-discovered 122-foot-long Titanosur from the Patagonian desert is definitely worth seeing.


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Argentina has provided us not only with soap operas, amazing kitchen and Diego Maradona but with the largest dinosaur ever. The 122-foot-long giant once was walking graciously (or not that graciously) along the now deserted region of Argentina.

You have a chance to witness the history being made—the species is so new that there aren't even a name for it yet. The full cast of the dinosaur will be displayed at the American Museum of Natural History, come and say hello to its new pet.

A note of warning, don't be scared while stepping out of the elevator doors on the dinosaur floor—you are about to be greeted by the head of the dino. The exhibit is so long there's literally not enough place to fit it into the gallery. A warming welcome, right?

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January 15, 2016 – January 19, 2020
every day 10 a.m. – 5:45 p.m.
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American Museum of Natural History
Address of American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at West 79th Street, New York, NY 10024-5192

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Exhibition category
  • Animals
  • Science
  Published ID103378

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