The Sahara has proven to be an incredibly rich source of fossils. There, hidden in the sands of the African desert, world-renowned paleontologist Paul Sereno, Ph.D., found the discoveries of a lifetime. Giants: African Dinosaurs features these breakthroughs, with clues to the mystery of how shifting continents affected dinosaur evolution.
In conjunction with Giants: African Dinosaurs, Sam and Lisa Hobbs of Greenville, Del., are loaning their bronze sculptures of African mammals to the Museum for a special exhibit on view in the Skylight Gallery. The featured pieces were created by South African artist Donald Greig, part of a well-known family of jewelers who specializes in both miniature and life-sized bronze casts.
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