Paleontologists disagree when it comes to baby T. rex. For one, the fossil record is incomplete and juvenile baby T. rexes are extremely rare but there is a chance they are not as rare as some think. Nanotyrannus might not be a small relative of T. rex but instead might be a misidentified baby T. rex. To solve the mystery, paleontologists look to living evolutionary relatives. Baby lizards closely resemble their adult parents, however, dinosaur’s evolutionary descendants, the birds, look very different as juveniles or adults – just consider a baby chick and a rooster or the ugly duckling and the beautiful adult swan.
Little Explorers Club is designed for children age 3-5.
Members – FREE
General Admission – $5.00
Tickets to Little Explorer Club Sessions are for children only. Guardians and Parents may attend with the child without purchasing a ticket.
*Museum at Prairiefire members receive discounts on special events and FREE tickets to regularly scheduled programming, like Little Explorers Club. To receive your discount, log into your new MAP account. If you haven’t logged in before, email us at email@example.com to set up your account.
—What time should I arrive by?
The session starts promptly at a quarter past the hour. Allow a few minutes to check-in, get your name tag, and browse a great book to get ready for the session.
—Where can I park?
—What should I expect out of the evening?
These 45-minute sessions guide children through a science topic with Museum scientists. Each exploratory session includes story time, an activity or experiment, artifact or animal encounters, and a craft.
—Do I need to bring anything?