The Morian Hall of Paleontology is packed with prehistoric beasts, and does not have the same stagnant displays of ancient skeletons standing in a row that many visitors are accustomed to seeing. Rather, the predators and prey in the new paleontology hall are in action – chasing, eating and escaping as they struggle for life. Embark on a “prehistoric safari” that also includes the grand saga of human evolution – from tree-climbing australopithecines to courageous mammoth-hunters.
Please help us to preserve our collections for the next generation by not using flash when taking personal pictures at HMNS and at HMNS Sugar Land. Exposure to strong lights over time causes fading and deterioration of most artifacts and specimens.
Flash photography is ONLY allowed in the Grand Hall and the rainforest of the Cockrell Butterfly Center.
Selfie sticks are not allowed anywhere in HMNS, HMNS Sugar Land and the George Observatory.
For press and any commercial photo shoots, please contact the Public Relations dept.
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