Museo delle Culture – MUDEC
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March 22, 2017
July 9, 2017
The exhibition Dinosaurs, Giants from Argentina (Dinosauri, Giganti dall’Argentina) hosted by MUDEC in Milan traces the entire evolutionary journey of the dinosaurs, from their origins until their extinction 65 million years ago.
On display unique artefacts from the scientific collections of some of the most prestigious Argentinian museums, one of the richest areas in the world for paleontological finds. These artefacts are accompanied by life-size reproductions made by palaeontologists based on the original fossils.
The evolution of the dinosaurs is presented in a chronological itinerary, starting with the Triassic period, then the Jurassic and finishing with the Cretaceous, covering a total period of almost 150 million years.
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