[San Diego Natural History Museum - Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park: The Lost World]

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They're here ...

Mamenchisaurus peeking in the front door of  the Museum, photo by Tim Murray 2000

This exhibition closed September 10, 2000.

Exhibition Overview
Ready to meet a 72-ft. long Mamenchisaurus? Or the largest meat-eating dinosaur known? Find these fascinating fossils and other exciting exhibits at the Museum, March 4 through September 10. We are grateful to our sponsors whose generosity has made this exhibition possible.

Fossils of our Region
Our illustrated field guide explores local fossils, including the first nodosaur discovered in California.

Teacher's Guide
Introduce your classes to the science of Jurassic Park using this Resource Guide, developed by the SDNHM Education Department.

Dinosaur Dig
Venture into Kids' Habitat and spend some time Finding Fossils, pondering Meteors and Mass Extinction, or finding out if you can Name That Reptile!

The Science of Jurassic Park
In the movies, scientists created dinosaurs from preserved DNA. Can it be done in real life?

Dinosaurs of San Diego County
Find out what discoveries have been made in this region, and why they are rare events.

More on our Website
Explore more about dinosaurs, fossils, and paleontology on our website!

The Dinosaurs of Jurassic Park: The Lost World was produced by Dinosaur Exhibitions, LLC, under the direction of "Dino" Don Lessem, and in partnership with Universal Studios and Amblin Entertainment. The exhibition was designed by Museum Design Associates. Jurassic Park and Lost World are trademarks of Universal City Studios and Amblin Entertainment.

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