AMNH part 3: Fossils Galore

My favorite floor of the AMNH has always been the fourth floor. Here are presented all of the old fossils, especially the dinosaurs. It’s one of the most crowded areas of the museum and always a blast to see.

Incoming T-rex!

Incoming T-rex!

A close up of the skull.

A close up of the skull.

They are just so massive.

They are just so massive.

You can get pretty close, but no touching.

You can get pretty close, but no touching.

Creepy aren't they?

Creepy aren’t they?

It's like a tiny alien.

It’s like a tiny alien.

I love this painting.

I love this painting.

The big Stegosaurus.

The big Stegosaurus.

The Protoceratops.

The Protoceratops.

Ye Olde Triceratops - always my favorite.

Ye Olde Triceratops – always my favorite.

It's coming to get us!

It’s coming to get us!

 

Next to a small model of the animal with skin.

Next to a small model of the animal with skin.

A closeup of the skull.

A closeup of the skull.

A Styrachosaurus put into some plaster to hold it together I guess.

A Styrachosaurus put into some plaster to hold it together I guess.

This one looks like a muppet due to the eye.

This one looks like a muppet due to the eye.

A Pleiosaur hangs from the ceiling.

A Pleiosaur hangs from the ceiling.

A small brontosaurus everyone takes a picture with.

A small brontosaurus everyone takes a picture with.

Here come the Mastodons.

Here come the Mastodons.

Closeup of the skull and tusks.

Closeup of the skull and tusks.

A deer. It kind of looks like it escaped from The Nightmare Before Christmas.

A deer. It kind of looks like it escaped from The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Next week: A Spanish Galleon comes to NYC.

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About nsantasier

I am an actor, fight choreographer, playwright, and photographer based in and around NYC. I shoot on a Canon Rebel XS with either a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom lens as they are the only lenses I currently own.
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