Dinosaurs make their way back home to Smithsonian National Museum

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WASHINGTON (ABC4 News) Closed for the last five years, “The David H. Koch Hall of Fossils – Deep Time” at the Smithsonian National Museum is reopening this Saturday.

The new exhibit features around 700 fossils, including everything from giant dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus Rex, to reptiles and mammals, to fossilized plants and insects.  

The museum says, “The exhibition tells the story of 3.7 billion years of life on earth, highlighting the connections among ecosystems, climate, geological forces and evolution and encouraging visitors to understand that the choices they make today will have an impact on the future.”

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