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    Witte Museum Fossils

    Took my family on a trip to the Witte Museum in San Antonio this past weekend. They don't have a huge fossil collection but I thought you all might enjoy seeing what they did have. There was also a temporary summer exhibit with a bunch of animatronics and a few more fossils.
    Quetzalcoatlus viewable from the second floor

    Tyrannosaurus Rex seen from above

    Acrocanthosaurus

    Dromaeosaurus

    Archaeopteryx skeleton and recreation


    Parasaurolophus and Triceratops jaw sections


    Partial juvenile Triceratops skull

    Alamosaurus leg

    Velociraptor

    Tylosaurus

    Pachyrhizodus

    Protostega

    Agujaceratops juvenile skeleton and adult skull.

    Kritosaurus skull

    Deinosuchus skull as the centerpiece

    Close up of T-Rex skull

    Following pictures are from the temporary animatronic exhibit called Predators vs Prey
    Deinonychus and Tenontosaurus

    Oviraptor

    Edmontonia

    Nodosauridae fossils

    Deltasuchus jaw fragment, Deinosuchus tooth, and various herbivore bones showing bite marks.

    Various T-Rex fossils

    Protohadros skull

    Protohadros

    Deltasuchus skull

    Nanuqsaurus skull known form the Prince Creek Formation in Alaska

    Bravoceratops skull

    Ceratopsidae art display

    Diabloceratops

    Coelophysis

    Postosuchus skull

    Utahraptor

    Stegoceras

    Pachycephalosaurid fossils

    Then on the way out one more of the T-Rex

    And one last pic as we headed to the door. Quetzalcoatlus, Tyrannosaurus Rex, and Acrocanthosaurus

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    Jurassic World Evolution Moderator Global Moderator Lora Craft69's Avatar
    These are awesome, thanks for sharing.

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    Wow! That's an amazing exhibition, wish we had something similar to that here in Australia!

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    other things apart you took some really cool photos

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    Great post mate!!

    I feel like visiting some museums now.

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    Thanks all, happy to share with fellow dino lovers like myself! Yeah, lived in the area for ten plus years and had never been. For being a fairly small museum I was impressed by how much they actually had, will definitely be going back.