On Thursday, the World’s Largest Dinosaur Museum opened its doors in Sendai, Japan.
The museum, which has been in operation since 2008, has more than 600 fossils and thousands of specimens.
It features displays of animals, plants, minerals, and other objects from around the world.
It is also home to an incredible collection of dinosaur fossils, which is now housed in the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
In 2018, the museum expanded its collection of fossils to include a giant Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, a Tyrannosaurus from the Jurassic period, a giant T. rex from the Late Cretaceous period, and an extinct dinosaur that lived at the end of the Cretian period.
The Smithsonian also has an exhibit called “The Dinosaur Lives Here,” which is a place where you can see all of the animals and fossils from the museum.
It’s also where you get to visit the Tyrannosaurus Rex, the biggest dinosaur in the world at 5 feet (1.8 meters) tall and weighing more than 12 tons.
The exhibit is part of the Smithsonian’s dinosaur exhibit collection, which includes dinosaurs, reptiles, birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles from all over the world, and even a live-action dinosaur from Jurassic Park.
The Dinosaur Museum is also known for the “Museum of the Great Wall of China,” which has a total of 6,000 items.
The museum has also shown off a variety of dinosaur art, including paintings of prehistoric animals, prehistoric tools, and dinosaur fossils.
The art was originally created by the Chinese artist Zhang Jianhua, who died in 2006.
According to the Smithsonian, museums are important because they help us understand the world and how it works.
In fact, the American Museum of Medicine says museums have a huge impact on our understanding of health, medicine, and the environment.
“It helps us understand that the health of our planet and our future, whether we like it or not, depends on the well-being of our societies, our families, and our children,” said Dr. Marylou Anne Schoenebeck, associate director of the Museum of the Humanities.
The World’s Best Dinosaur Museum will be open to the public for five days from August 27 through September 5, 2019.