Through multimedia exhibits, the museum brings the fascinating history of the Spinosaurus to life, beginning with the backstory of German paleontologist, Ernst Stromer, who first discovered the remains of the dinosaur in the Egyptian Sahara more than a century ago. Other dinosaur-themed offerings at the National Geographic Museum include weekend screenings of the films “Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure 3D” and “Flying Monsters 3D” and “Dinosaur Discover Birthday Parties” geared towards children ages 5 through 12.

The Spinosaurus exhibition will remain open at the National Geographic Museum until April 12, 2015.
A life-size skeletal model of this big, bad monster is focal point of the new “Spinosaurus: Lost Giant of the Cretaceous” exhibit now open at the National Geographic Museum.

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