The new Hall of Teeth and Horns at the Museum of the Rockies - previously mentioned in PALAEOBLOG - is now open to the public.
The Hall is the part of the larger Siebel Dinosaur Complex to be completed in 2007. The complex will be over 10,000 sqaure feet in size and house over 4,000 Montana specimens. Among the items currently on display are the bone containing dinosaur soft tissue and a reconstruction of the Torosaurus which had its skull airlifted on NBC's Today show back in 2001.
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