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This Summer, the Naranjo Museum of Natural History will be loaning a few real fossils to the Discovery Science Place in Tyler, TX. In celebration of their 25th Anniversary ,the Discovery Science Place will bringing in a “Return of the Dinosaurs” exhibit and asked to borrow some real fossils to display with the exhibits.

Fossils from the Naranjo Museum will be on display in the front foyer of the traveling exhibit space along with information about the museum and where the fossils were found.

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The “Return of the Dinosaurs” exhibit will be open from June 9th to August 19th at the Discovery Science Place in Tyler, TX.

CLICK HERE for more information about the Discovery Science Place. 

 

Posted May 14, 2018
Categories: Blog, Current Exhibits, education, Exhibits and Activities, The Museum

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