Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Morris Museum "Dino Day" 2014

April 26th was the Morris Museum's annual "Dino Day" in Morristown, New Jersey.  As always, the Jersey Boys were invited to help educate the public about paleontology.  This year we focused mostly on our work over the summer in New Mexico.

Our table before the doors opened and hordes of public rushed in.  No, the animals weren't suffocating in the boxes.
Close up of part of our table.  You can make out our Dryptosaurus casts and hadrosaur tooth. 

Then I got to do my fancy shmancy talk in the big theater this year.

I'm like Steve Jobs.

Of course some of my archosaur friends came along as well.  You just can't have Dino Day without them.

Elvis the Cuvier's Dwarf Caiman smiles big for the camera.

The New Jersey Paleontological Society was there too as always. 

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