Dinosaurs: Dawn to Extinction exhibition at ArtScience Museum

ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands will be ushering in the New Year with the largest dinosaur exhibition in Southeast Asia, “Dinosaurs: Dawn to Extinction”. Occupying over 3,700 square meters of floor space, the exhibition will feature more than 400 fossils and models, as well as over 50 original artworks. This first-of-its-kind exhibition combining four exhibitions from the renowned American Museum of Natural History, San Juan National Science Museum, SCI! Expo at Monash University and artist Peter Trusler, will open to the public on 25 January 2014.
Rendering of Cretaceous period gallery (Credits to Marina Bay Sands)
Apatosaurus (Credits to American Museum of Natural History)
“Dinosaurs: Dawn to Extinction” will take visitors on a journey from the Precambrian, Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous time periods. Through a timeline thread, visitors will be transported more than 600 million years back in time to learn the unique story of what came before and after the dinosaurs, and gain a deeper understanding on how these species evolved and adapted to changing environmental conditions.
Rendering of Triassic period gallery (Credits to Marina Bay Sands)
Uncovering Adeopapposa in Argentina (Credits to San Juan National Science Museum)
The highly interactive exhibition will also feature some of the oldest dinosaurs fossils ever discovered on the planet and many little-known species, some never before seen by the public. These are in addition to over 50 original artworks by Peter Trusler that showcase intriguing species being reconstructed. Key fossils on display include a 18-metre long Apatosaurus, a 17.6-metre long Lessemsaurus sauropod specimen, a 2-billion year old rock (Banded Iron Formation), a new fossil of Adeopapposaurs discovered in Argentina three months ago, as well as the tiny animals that ran beneath the feet of these giants.

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