900 Exposition Blvd
Los Angeles, California 90007

Presentations scheduled at 10:30am, 11:30am and 1:30pm. Close enough to count teeth! One of the Natural History Museum's most inspiring and innovative programs is Dinosaur Encounters, a performance-based interpretive program that lets visitors get up close and personal with a realistic, life-sized juvenile T. rex. In 2008, the Natural History Museum commissioned a team of paleontologists, engineers, artists, and puppeteers to bring this prehistoric animal to life. Terror and laughter exist side by side as the puppet roars, stalks, and bellows through our halls. Our interpretive staff guides the audience through 20-minute presentations on this "animal," using the puppet to demonstrate theories on behavior and movement. Times subject to change. Please check the online Museum calendar or at the admissions desk upon arrival

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