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So, we're at the Museum of Natural History...

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  1. flyingbanana

    flyingbanana Poster Extraordinaire

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    And came across an interesting exhibit. Oddly enough, it resembled modern man. :mrgreen:

    The title of the display, oddly enough, was Mark Maximus from the Trihugemum Period. My wife mentioned how the creature looked a little bit like me...:D
     

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    Some pics for ya...

    I'd like a guitar outa that old piece of wood please.
     

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    Those last few photos aren't too scary, but that first one - hard to believe that modern humans evolved from something like that...
     
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    dinosaur!...big dinosaur!
     
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    That may be from the museum of UN-natural history. ;)
     
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    At least there isn't a statue of David close by.
     
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    Great shots! We were there with the kids 2 years ago but missed the fossilized flying banana exhibit.

    The after vacation family vote was unanimous to return in the next few years. DC is quite a place to visit.

    kc
     
  11. flyingbanana

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    Aw cmon man....it's located conveniently right after you walk in. :mrgreen:

    This is located in California though...
     
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