Monday, June 28, 2010

American Museum of Natural History

We had a day off from Further and Phish so we went into the heart of New York city to experience the Big Apple.

We decided to check out the American Museum of Natural History and these are some of the photos we took while inside.





This is Jack standing next to a Giant Meteorite in the Space exhibit near the entrance we came in.





This is the oldest rock ever found. It dates back over 4.8 Billion years.






Here are 3 stages of evolution from apes to humans.






These are a bunch of different skulls showing apes and human comparisons






This meteorite has beautiful crystals in it. Kinda makes you wonder what other amazing things are out there.






This is a huge piece of Malachite.
One of my favorite stones.





This is Stibnite. What a crazy huge piece.

We spent most of the time we had looking at the minerals and gems but we managed to make it over
-- photo blog post from my iPhoneq





This is Stibnite. What a crazy huge piece.

We spent most of the time we had looking at the minerals and gems but we managed to make it over to the Dinosaur Exhibit.

YouTube Video









Here is a massive T-Rex in the Museum. Reay cool to see it up close.





It's a Pterodactyl. Really cool flying creatures.







This Mastodon is huge. Always liked these guys.



Here's a Triceratops photo from the American Museum of Natural history.







This is a Stegasaurus with her baby. Very cool, but we ran out of time. I could spend a week in the museum.

We finished a great day at Uno's Chicago Grill right behind the museum.





-- photo blog post by Jack from my iPhone

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