The Museum of Natural Sciences tells the story of evolution on Earth through exhibits that include dinosaur replicas, fossils, live animals and plants, rocks, and minerals.
It begins with ancient fishes, progresses through the early amphibians to the great reptiles, and ends in the modern world with fishes, birds, and mammals.
The evolution of animals depended on the evolution of plants from ancient ferny forests, through conifers and cycads, to the diverse flowering plants of today. And the evolution of both plants and animals depended on Earth’s geological changes. Visit today to learn more about the history of our incredible planet.
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