With Jurassic World hitting theaters this month, we're dinosaur obsessed. Especially with The World's Largest Dinosaurs exhibit tramping into the Cleveland Museum of Natural History June 6 through Jan. 3. Visitors can excavate in a fossil pit and compare dino eggs to those of modern animals. But the big draw is a 60-foot-long full-scale model of Mamenchisaurus. One side of the model has its skin stripped away to show muscle and video projections of how organs such as the heart and lungs worked. "It's like a giant 3-D multimedia piece that will take you inside the dinosaur," says Michael Ryan, curator of vertebrate paleontology.
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May 27, 2015