American Museum of Natural History to Add Humongous Titanosaur Exhibit

This January, the American Museum of Natural History will be adding a massive fossil to its prehistoric collection: a 122-foot long Titanosaur.

For generations, visitors have flocked to see the Museum’s renowned blue whale and iconic Tyrannosaurus rex. This January, the Museum will add a new must-see exhibit: The Titanosaur. The 122-foot-long dinosaur cast will be the largest dinosaur on display in the Museum and one of the largest displays in the world. Everything else just got a whole lot smaller.

Check out the museum’s announcement page to learn more about this incredible fossil.

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