DINO LAND TRAVELS PHOTO DATABASE

FIELD MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

I have traveled to the Field Museum of Natural History numerous times over the past decade. Each time I have been sure to bring along my camera to capture the images of the museum's new fossils, mounts, exhibits, and events. Ever since its opening earlier this century, the Field has been known as one of the primary natural history museums of the world, and now, with the addition of "Sue" the T. rex, the Field holds a spot in the hearts of every paleo fan around the world. Below you can find several of the photos I have taken on my numerous visits to the Field Museum, including some exclusive images of Sue.


DINOSAURS

Albertosaurus

Apatosaurus

Brachiosaurus

Camarasaurus

Herrerasaurus

Lambeosaurus

Parasaurolophus

Triceratops

Mantell Iguanadon Reconstruction

Unidentified Dinosaur Eggs

SUE

Entire List of Sue Photos

Sue's Skull

Sue's Pelvis

Bob Masek Preparing Sue

Matthew Groves Making a Mold of Sue's Bones

Susan Hendrickson, the discoverer of Sue

Chris Brochu, the man studying Sue

Sue Emblem

ICE AGE MAMMAL SPECIMENS

Irisk Elk

Saber Tooth Tiger

Giant Ground Sloth (Eremotherium)

Titanothere

NON-DINOSAURIAN VERTEBRATE FOSSILS

Eryops

Pterosaur

Knightia (Tertiary Fish)

INVERTEBRATE FOSSILS

Tully Monster

Mazon Creek Marine Worms

Nautilus

Isotelus Trilobite

PALEONTOLOGY ART

Charles R. Knight Murals

John Gurche Mural

Brian Cooley Sue Skull Models


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