>Living Museum

>We decided last minute Monday morning to take a trip across the water to the Living Museum.
It was a really beautiful day to be out and about.
Look at that beautiful sky…

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Monday was the last day for their dinosaur exhibit. That was our first stop. Some of them really were life like.
They had a Wooly Mammoth, Saber Tooth Tiger family, a Sloth. One of the Tigers was attacking the Sloth on the next display. Ava said “you need to get off him and go back with the other cat family”

I don’t remember what this one was called, but it was a cute exhibit with the hatching eggs and babies.

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Tyrannosaurus Rex. His mouth opened showing all of his teeth and his stubby arms moved around.
He was my favorite.
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We went through the dinosaurs exhibit three different times. The girls really enjoyed it.

I believe this was a Spider Crab
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They were Paleontologists for a while.
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A giant log to craw through and explore
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We also looked at fox fur, hair, and pollen through the microscope.
They had small aquarium exhibits, a cave exhibit.

The kids were climbing into this turtle and poking their heads out.
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Nakiah checking out the scenery. We saw turtles that were across the water and of course it looked like they were right in front of us. Pine cones on tress far far away. Kids running and playing, the sky and clouds, flowers.
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We saw Bald Eagles. These are beautiful birds.
They were injured out in the wild and could no longer fly.
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We had to be quiet around the deers. The male was off in a corner. The female was lying right in the middle of the trees.
This was the best picture I could get of the male.
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A Fox
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We also saw vultures, and lots of butterflies, bees, snakes.
I’m hoping we can get into the Abbitt Observatory  next time.

Hopefully we can go back soon and explore the rest of the museum. The Bobcats, Coyotes and Raccoons were hiding from us.

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5 thoughts on “>Living Museum

  1. >What a fun family outing – and the kids are sooo cute! We need to take a trip to the American Museum of Natural History ourselves…. I think Chase is old enough to really appreciate it now.

  2. >What a fun family outing – and the kids are sooo cute! We need to take a trip to the American Museum of Natural History ourselves…. I think Chase is old enough to really appreciate it now.

  3. >What a great museum. The dinosaur exhibit looks really neat. My son would have loved to see that. I can't believe how big Samuel is,and you look great! Have a great weekend!

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