After a breather, Red Dirt Dinos: an Oklahoma Dinosaur Adventure, has returned to the Museum of the Great Plains. The traveling exhibit features animatronic versions of three dinosaurs that once roamed Oklahoma, and explores the science used by paleontologists to reveal their history. Acrocanthosaurus, Tenontosaurus, and Deinonychus (trying saying those three names with a mouthful of oatmeal) are able to detect the movement of people in the exhibit, and can distinguish between adults (tough and dry) and kids (tender and moist). Running shoes advised.
From time to time, we'll post info here about what's going-on at the museum.