The Perot Museum of Nature and Science will host the traveling exhibit, The World's Largest Dinosaurs. Go beyond the bones to discover what life was like for some of the largest dinosaurs to ever walk the Earth. The exhibition explores the anatomy of a uniquely super-sized group of dinosaurs who thrived for 140 million years: the long-necked and long-tailed sauropods, which ranged in size from 15 to 150 feet long.
You’ll get to examine these creatures’ colossal bodies by viewing life-sized bones, muscles and internal organs and learn how heart rate, respiration and metabolism are linked to size. At the center of the exhibition, you'll come face-to-face with a model of a 60-foot-long Mamenchisaurus, known for its incredible 30-foot neck. One side of the model allows visitors to get an inside look at the dinosaur’s anatomy through video projections and innovative exhibits that show the heart, lungs and digestive and other systems at work.
The exhibit will have member-only days April 3-5 and open to the public on April 6. The exhibit runs through September 1.