Professor of Paleontology Jack Horner and his friend Professor Lopatokopalkin returned with a great amount of rare exhibits after a long-term expedition. One of the main finding was perfectly saved skeleton of a huge prehistoric lizard.
The large skeleton of tyrannosaurus could hardly fit in the first hall of the museum.
At the city museum`s presentation of a new exhibit journalists from “Blah-blah news” came and interviewed the archaeologists about this unique discovery.
Reconstructing the skeleton the professors tried to give a dynamic pose to the founded bones. They shared their theories about the habits of this huge lizard with the readers of “Blah-blah news”.
Tyrannosaurus could move quite fast to hunt successfully large hadrosaurs and ceratopsians. Tyrannosaurus could wrest a piece of meat weighing 70kg from the victim`s body for one bite.
Tyrannosaurus` forelimbs are too tiny in comparison with other such predators. In Horner`s opinion they were absolutely unable to capture prey. Tyrannosaurus` teeth could crush bones, so the lizard could get maximum sustenance from the remains of dead animals.
Miss Pigins is conducting a tour for her students in the museum and is telling them about exhibits.
AC/DC - Shoot To Thrill In April 2010, thirty years after recording the song, a fantastic film “Iron man-2” appeared on the screen, several hits of AC/DC were included in its soundtrack. Three months before as it was introduced to public, a video “Shoot To Thrill ” was on TV. It`s fragments are from the concert AC/DC 2009 in Buenos Aires alternate with shots from the film which is displayed in this exhibit.
The fight between Theseus and the Minotaur in the Knossos maze. Illustration of an ancient Greek myth.
Ailuropoda melanoleuca- is a bamboo bear one of the rarest endangered animals, registered in the International Red Book.
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