Project Showcase–Travelling Dinosaur Theme Exhibition in China

What is the largest, most complete and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex fossil in the world? Sue of course, although it is not Sue exhibited, they have a T-rex skeleton which is very close to gesture, texture, and the same size to Sue. Children and adults alike stand agape at the surprisingly delicate and birdlike feet of the 3.7m tall, 10m long beauty, and marvel at her razor-sharp teeth and massive legs.

There’s plenty of room for the wild things, it features 30 full-size skeletons, some dig sites so kids can play and experience how scientists search for and extract dinosaur bones. Among the highlights: a tall, long-necked Mamenchisaurus which is the real fossil replica and a highly detailed stegosaurus.


T rex skeleton fossil replica

dinosaur fossil replica T rex

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This traveling exhibition goes beyond bones and into the bodies of dinosaurs. You can do more than ogling the dinosaur bones. It introduces the amazing biology of a group of life-sized dinosaurs: brachiosaurus, stegosaurus, tyrannosaurus, etc. Kids will be equally enthralled with the robotic creations that show how dinosaurs moved.

Jurassic World and Jurassic Park have revived our interest in life on Earth 65 million years ago. And today, adults and children marvel at magnificent dinosaur exhibits that give us an inkling of what life was like when these giants ruled the world. Behold the beauty of ancient bones and even get your hands dirty on a dig at these great dinosaur exhibits.


Mamenchisaurus Skeleton

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Stegosaurus dinosaur skeleton

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The Travelling dinosaur theme exhibition is a must-see stop on any great dinosaur tour around the country. Let’s go and find out how scientists study fossils and living animals to understand dinosaur biology!