Adventures in Science
Paleo Adventures: Exploring Dinosaurs Camps (Grades 2 and 3) - Session Full
July 21, 2014 - August 8, 2014
While many sessions are full, there may be space on the waiting list. Please call Central Reservations (212) 769-5200 for more information.
Which came first, the feather or the bird, and what does that have to do with dinosaurs? Discover answers to these questions and many others about everybody’s favorite prehistoric animals. Use the tools and techniques of paleontologists to examine real fossils and bring prehistory to life. Were dinosaurs warm- or cold-blooded? What did their skin look like? What finally brought an end to these giants? Find out for yourself!
Monday, July 21–Friday, July 25
Monday, August 4–Friday, August 8
9 am– 4 pm
Member Price: $525
Non-Member Price: $550
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