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  1. Dinosaur Dinners

    Because we mainly know them from their bones, reconstructing the habits of dinosaurs and other extinct animals can be a real challenge! But teeth can provide clues to an animal's diet. By looking at model skulls and fossil casts of teeth, jaws, and claws, discover what dinosaurs ate and, sometimes, how they got their food. Spanish language activity book and object cards are available upon request. Learn More
  2. Dinosaur Eggs (Troodon)

    Unearth the buried eggs of the Troodon, a small raptor (about the size of a fourth grader). This dinosaur stayed in packs to for better hunting and protection of eggs. Learn More
  3. A T-Rex Named Sue

    Meet Sue, the world's largest and most complete Tyrannosaurus rex, and one of The Field Museum's most famous residents! This box contains a Sue hand puppet, a replica of one of Sue's teeth, and casts of a T. rex's claw and skull. Learn More
  4. Dinosaurs in the Jurassic

    Learn about dinosaurs from the Jurassic Period! Enter the world of a paleontologist and role-play what it would be like to dig for fossils. Through close examination of dinosaur models, discover some of the unique features that helped these animals survive in the Jurassic Period. Learn More
  5. Tyrannosaurus Rex Skull

    A full size fiberglass reproduction of a Tyrannosaurus rex skull, mounted on a steel frame (5 ft x 4.5 ft x 5 ft). This is not a replica of SUE. NOTE: $200 rental fee and additional transportation is the borrower's responsibility. Contact harris@fieldmuseum.org for more information. Learn More
  6. Triceratops

    Investigate the sturdy "frill" that gave the Triceratops protection against others of its kind and against the dominant predator, the Tyrannosaurus Rex. These dinosaurs of the late Cretaceous period are theorized to have been plant eaters that organized themselves in big herds. Learn More
  7. Dinosaurs in the Cretaceous

    Become a paleontologist! Use the models from this Experience Box to ask the questions that paleontologists ask about dinosaurs and their fossil remains. Examine casts of dinosaur bones up close and learn more about how they lived. Learn More

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