Tag Archives: Boston Museum of Science

“Did dinosaurs have belly buttons?”: A Caterpickles Investigative Report

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On a recent trip to the Boston Museum of Science, The Five-Year-Old asked, “Did dinosaurs have belly buttons?” I know what you’re thinking. Probably something very similar to what I thought: No. A belly button is the scar left when … Continue reading

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Step Away from the Fuzzy Tyrannosaur and Other News of the Week

Do These Feathers Make Me Look Fat? Every winter, the Boston Museum of Science drapes a winter scarf around the neck of its model T. Rex. Turns out T. Rex may not have needed that winter scarf at all. This … Continue reading

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“Why did they think T. Rex stood with his tail on the ground?”

The Museum of Science in Boston boasts two life-size statues of the T. Rex. The one in the permanent dinosaur exhibit stands in the now-classic T. Rex pose: the predator in mid-stride with head forward, jaws open, and tail aloft … Continue reading

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