HOBBS, N.M. (KRQE) – Ever wondered exactly how dinosaurs moved? A new engaging exhibit is showing us. The Western Heritage Museum in Hobbs opens its “Dinosaur Discoveries” exhibition on Thursday. Using a variety of fossils, computer simulations and models, the exhibit introduces a vision of dinosaurs from the scientists who research them. You can see what dinosaurs looked like, how they behaved and the way they walked. The exhibit continues through mid-May.
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