Therizinosaurs near Tempe

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The Therizinosaur – Mystery of the Sickle-Claw Dinosaur exhibit that has been in the Museum of Northern Arizona for the past few years is coming to the Arizona Natural History Museum on October 3rd. Excellent stuff. Who wouldn’t want to see the skeleton of a 93 million year old, 13-foot-tall, one-ton, sickle-clawed, feathered dinosaur? This won’t be as spectacular as the recent feathered dinosaurs exhibit (see here and here), but still good nonetheless.

You can read more on Therizinosaurs here and here.

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4 thoughts on “Therizinosaurs near Tempe

  1. Who wouldn’t want to see the skeleton of a 93 million year old, 13-foot-tall, one-ton, sickle-clawed, feathered dinosaur?

    A young earth creationist.

  2. Tempe’s pigeon population. I don’t think they’d appreciate knowing just how far they’ve fallen off the evolutionary ladder.

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