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Re: re: Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia
Miki Baker writes about "the Dig" at the Academy of Natural Sciences:
>There's a wonderful display of photography, but offhand I don't
>remember who did them (Can you help me out here, Mickey ?)
I confess that I haven't looked too carefully at the photographs, but
some of them I've recognized from Louis Psihoyo's new book, _Hunting
Dinosaurs_. I haven't decided to buy the book yet, but I did leaf
through it at a book store. It is filled with some great pictures, so
you can see them even if you can't make it to Philadelphia.
>Thanksgiving week-end is going to be "Dino Days", but I don't know
>specifics on what's being planned.
I happen to have a copy of one of the Academy Newsletters with me. It
Kids can never get enough of dinosaurs, so give them more.
During the Thanksgiving break from school, let them play out
their fantasies through dinosaur craft-making, dinosaur
story-telling and dinosaur movies. It's all part of a special
Dino Days to accompany our newest exhibit, The Dig -- A Dinosaur
I think I have some more detailed information at home if you want to
Mickey Rowe (firstname.lastname@example.org)
P.S. Don't just pick on me... Sherry can pull her weight around here
too, you know :-) Speaking of Sherry, does anybody on the FAQs
committee want to give us a progress report?