Dinosaur Fossils Head to Fanwood, NJ, on Sunday, June 12

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A special specimen table featuring items from the Museum’s world-famous dinosaur collection will be traveling to the Fanwood Street Fair and Craft Show in downtown Fanwood this Sunday, June 12, from 11 am to 5 pm.

Jonah Choiniere, a scientist from the Museum’s Division of Paleontology, will be on hand with touchable specimens, including dinosaur teeth and claws; “prehistoric poop,” (fossilized dung known as coprolite); a horn dinosaur arm bone; dinosaur skin impressions; shark teeth; and more.

The specimen table is traveling to the Fanwood Street Fair in conjunction with the Museum’s exhibition The World’s Largest Dinosaurs.