On Nov. 21, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh unveiled the world's largest dinosaur mural, a 180-foot-long portrayal of creatures and plants that lived in the western United States about 150 million years ago.
Brachiosaurus, Stegosaurus, flying reptiles, and the mammal Fruitafossor. Remains of these creatures have been found in the Morrison formation, a set of strata found in a swath that stretches from Wyoming to New Mexico.
Robert F. Walters and Tess Kissinger painted the Morrison mural. "We've been working on this mural for 2 years," says Walters. "The fact we've painted a record breaker is just starting to sink in."
Thanks to Sukie for the head’s up.