On November 24, 2015
Some photos from the trip today. Let me know what you thought about it. What did you learn or find interesting?
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Perfect photos mr Fraser.
Thanks. They are a little dark because we can’t use a flash in a museum. I will post some more later.
It is very interesting and wonderfully presented. I learned new things!
Great. Please tell me something new you learnt today Alejandro.
It Was a very nice trip the museum was very fun . We learned a lot of things🤓‼️‼️
I really enjoyed it too Luisa. Thanks.
I really enjoyed the trip to the museum.
The trip was amazing,I have learned a lot of new things.😃😃
Thank you for arranging the trip it was the best in history!!!
I also liked that you took us through again and we saw things we weren’t going to see and seeing all the birds outside!!!
Glad you enjoyed it.
I learned velociraptor was very tiny not bigger than a German Sheperd and I thought that the velociraptor was gigantic but really the real name is ( I think) Allosaurios.
It was fascinating. I hope we could do it again 🙂🙂😉
I can’t believe it, there is a sable tooth!!!
Yup – not really a tiger, but related to cats. I think there are some sabre-toothed marsupials too. Why don’t you do some research if you are interested?
It was great Thank you for coming with us.
I really loved it
Thanks a lot!!I had a lot of fun!😜
There were freaking dinosaurs!!🙊🙊
I loved the trip! They explained it very well and I learned lots of new things. I didn’t know that the meteorite that fell and killed the dinosaurs was 10 km long! 😱😱😱
I really enjoyed it too Blanca.
Did you know that a T-Rex had feathers?
I think it is only recently that they discovered this. Very interesting…
I loved the skeletons!!!
One of the things I learned was that the meteorites were made of metal.😱😱
Mostly metal I think. There can be lots of rock contained in them too. They are usually attracted to a magnet… well I think so. Perhaps you could do some research Maria.
The trip was amazing!!! I loved it👌🏻😀
The museum was fantastic and there were lots of things to see thanks 👍🤑
Your welcome Javi (I took out the LOL you used because it didn’t really fit there and we are trying to use correct English on here and not too much ‘text speech’)
I’ve just found out this:
stony meteorites are rocks, mainly composed of silicate minerals; iron meteorites that are largely composed of metallic iron-nickel; and, stony-iron meteorites that contain large amounts of both metallic and rocky material.
Great – thanks Maria. It’s wonderful to learn new things.
The crocodiles photo is incredible .It looks like a real crocodile.
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