Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History expands fossil collection
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History has expanded its fossil collection.
They unveiled a full size cast of a triceratops skull.
It's one of the most well-known, and easily recognized dinosaurs.
The museum says this display will give museum goers a real, up close look at the fossil.
"We're not a digital experience. You can actually walk up to something. It's real, it's life sized and I think that's very important," said museum director Deborah Cowman.
Triceratops have only been found in parts of the United States and Canada.
The Museum's specimen is cast from a skull found in the Hell Creek Formation in Montana.
If you'd like to see it, the museum is open Monday through Saturday.