Bringing the story of the largest, most complete T. rex to life in a prehistoric experience, A T. rex Named Sue combines visual, tactile, audible, and aromatic activities with compelling educational content. At 42-feet long and 12-feet tall at the hips, her skeleton inspires as much awe today as she did 67 million years ago. Created by The Field Museum, Chicago and nationally sponsored by McDonald's Corporation.
In addition to A T. rex Named Sue, the Museum of Idaho is debuting a new exhibit by Western Paleontological Labs, How to Raise a Dinosaur. This hands-on expedition will take visitors through the process of finding, preparing, and assembling dinosaur fossils.
Notes for vimeo:
Shot on a Sony EX1r, plus some pickup shots with a Canon 5D Mark II (35mm 1.4L lens) and GoPro Hero HD2. Audio via a Countryman EMW lav, Sony EWP wireless system, recorded straight to the EX1r. Lighting via a single Lowell Pro Light w/ shoot-thru umbrella.
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