Snake vs. Dinosaur at UM Museum of Natural History
On Sunday February 16, the new exhibit Snake vs. Dinosaur: Caught in the Act opens at the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History.
The new exhibit shows Sahajeh indices, a large prehistoric snake preying on a baby dinosaur hatchling. This exhibit is sure to intrigue the kids.
On Sunday, February 16 they will have special fun and educational activities from noon-5p related to the new exhibit.
For older audiences, the Farrand Memorial Lecture: India before the Himalays: When Snakes ate Dinosaurs will be on Saturday, February 15 at 4p at Rackham Amphitheatre.
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