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A taste of prehistoric life
Georgia Southern Museum exhibit sheds light on dinosaurs
Coloring is another way for children to learn about what colors dinosaurs may have been at the "Life as a Dinosaur" exhibit at the Georgia Southern University Museum.
A land before time, with mysterious and extinct creatures that have long captivated science and popular culture, is now within reach at Georgia Southern University. An exhibit at the college’s museum, located on Sweetheart Circle, opens a window into the age of the dinosaurs and provides visitors with an idea of how life functioned more than 65 million years ago. The interactive “Life as a Dinosaur” exhibit, which runs through January, is hoping to enlighten individuals’ understanding of the prehistoric world and use recent research to lay to rest many common misconceptions about dinosaurs.
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