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All them bones: New exhibit tells history of life on Earth

Thursday, March 09, 2017 8:19 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

We've got an awful lot of content in there — about 150 individual cast specimens from some of the most significant collections in the world, including Lucy, the famous hominid skeleton,” said Julie Moskalyk, senior manager of Dynamic Earth.

Over the past three decades, Science North and Dynamic Earth have hosted five exhibits focusing on dinosaurs — it's a popular topic. But this is the first time there's been an exhibit on humans' ancestors, Moskalyk said. Read more

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