You've seen dinosaur exhibits before.  But this one promises to bring some dinosaurs that you've never seen.  And it's coming to the 716 next year.

People love dinosaurs.

It's simple as that.  From the time when we were little kids, many of us have just been in awe of what could have roamed the earth millions of years ago.  The thought that these humungous creatures once walked in the same places where we live is incredible.

If you're one of those people that like to get up close to life-size replicas of what some of these animals could have looked like, get ready to buy your tickets for the newest exhibit coming to the Buffalo Museum of Science.  It's called "Antarctic Dinosaurs: The Exhibition"  It's travelling from the Chicago Field Museum to Buffalo in February.  The tickets go on sale on December 1st.

While you've seen some of the big ones in the past, the T-Rex, Stegasaurus, and the one that's so popular from the Jurassic Park movies, the velociraptor, you may not have seen these ones.

That's because this exhibit focuses on fossils and dinosaurs that have been found in the antarctic. Included in the exhibit are real fossils from the Antarctic that you'll be able to touch and a 25-foot long Cryolophosaurus (which is a predator so I'm sure it looks scary!).

They're expecting these tickets to sell out and they're subject to availability, so they're encouraging people to buy them in advance.

Exhibit Pricing:
  • Adults: $24
  • Children (Ages 2-17): $21
  • Seniors, Students and Military: $21
  • Museum Members: $6

For more info on the exhibit, or a link to get your tickets on December 1st, click here!

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