Where in the Museum is Giganotosaurus?

April 26, 2010 at 4:28 pm Leave a comment

This is Giganotosaurus. Clearly, not “the” Giganotosaurus that resides in the Great Hall as part of the permanent exhibition Giants of the Mesozoic, but a plush replica from our Museum Store. He’s been sitting in my office for a few years now, keeping the top of my bookshelf looking dino-chic, and I thought he might enjoy a chance to explore the Museum.

So, this very special Giganotosaurus will be making appearances throughout the Museum, and I’ll be posting photos of his excursions on our Facebook page. If you guess his location correctly, you could win free tickets and/or a prize from our Museum Store (perhaps his plush counterpart, Argentinosaurus). You have to “like” us on Facebook to be eligible to participate, and photos will be posted randomly. Who knows, he might even make a stop at Martinis & IMAX®—even dinosaurs like to boogie.

And, as with all giveaways, some restrictions apply. Please read our contest rules before you enter.  


Deanna Smith, Director of Marketing


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