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9th Annual Dinosaurs Live!

September 16, 2014 - February 15, 2015

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    9th Annual Dinosaurs Live!

    NBC 5 and The Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary would like you to come to Dinosaurs Live starting Tuesday, September 16, 2014 through Sunday, February 15, 2015.

    Featured Dinosaurs:   

    • Tyrannosaurus Rex - A fast-runner and deadly predator, Tyrannosaurus Rex is perhaps the best-known dinosaur today.
    • Dilophosaurus - A moderately large ceratosaur, whose most outstanding characteristic was the paired, semi-circular plates that grew on top of its head.
    • Rugops - A theropod dinosaur, Rugops was a large carnivore discovered in Niger in 2000. Its unique skull bore armor or scales and two unexplained rows of seven holes each.
    • Quetzalcoatlus - A pterodactyloid pterosaur, Quetzalcoatlus was one of the largest known flying animals of all time. It was only discovered in Texas in 1971.
    •  Apatosaurus - The Apatasaurus was first found in the American Midwest in the 1870s.
    •  Deltadromeus - A large ceratosaurian theropod dinosaur, Deltadromeus had a long, unusually slender hind limbs for its size, suggesting it was a swift runner.
    • Suchomimus - A massive and powerful creature with a crocodile-like mouth that ate mostly fish in the once lush, swampy habitat of the Sahara.
    • Cryolophosaurus - Found close to the South Pole and is the only named dinosaur known from Antarctica.
    • Parasaurolophus - Like other hadrosaurids, Parasaurolophus had a hollow head crest that is believed to have been used as resonating chamber to produce a distinctive call to other members of the herd.

    For more information visit, www.heardmuseum.org.

    Dinosaurs Live!
    September 16, 2014 - February 15, 2015
    Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary
    1 Nature Place
    McKinney, TX 75069
    www.heardmuseum.org