PALEOMANIA: 4.6 Billion Years of Fossil History

 


Drawn from the world’s foremost fossil collections, the unprecedented treasury of fossil casts known as PALEOMANIA brings together into one exhibition some of the most exciting finds in the history of paleontology from over a century of worldwide excavations.

 

         Spanning 4.6 billion years in scope, from the earliest invertebrate marine life through the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous dinosaurs to mammals and prehistoric humans, this internationally acclaimed, comprehensive collection dramatically illustrates the awesome story of prehistoric life on Earth.

 

         Displaying casts of rare fossils from the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia, this prestigious collection includes skeletons, skulls, claws, and eggs gathered from such revered museums as the Smithsonian Institution, the American Museum of Natural History, The Royal Ontario Museum, and the Carnegie Museum, as well as many others.

 

         This famed traveling exhibition is now available direct from its celebrated showings at the World Trade Centers in Boston, San Juan, and Taichung, the Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, the Dinosaur Discovery Center at Colorado National Monument, and the Natural History Museum of El Paso, where it was admired by millions of people.  These compelling natural artifacts, rarely seen outside of their respective museums, are on view together exclusively in PALEOMANIA and its touring collections.

 

Contact:  Albert Acosta, Curator

International Museum Institute, Inc.

(760) 702-2045

imiinc@outlook.com

 

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