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Academy of Sciences
Highlights: The Academy of sciences has an outstanding
collection of dinosaurs, mostly from the Gobi desert.
The fossil collection includes: Velociraptor, Tarbosaurus,
Gallimimus, and Protoceratops.
Flaming Cliffs of Mongolia
Gobi Desert, MONGOLIA
Notes: The site is one of the richest sources of dinosaur fossils
in the world. The first dinosaur eggs ever found were discovered
at this site by the Roy Chapman Andrews expeditions. Other
discoveries include Velociraptor, Oviraptor, Saurornithoides,
Red Army St.
Highlights: The museum features two Mandschurosaurus
(Hadrosaurs) skeletons as part of its prehistoric exhibit.
Also at the museum are over 130,000 historical artifacts.
Inner Mongolia Museum
Highlights: The museum features an Archaeornithomimus,
a Protoceratops, and a Psittacosaurus.
Beijing Natural History Museum
126 Tain Qiao South Av
Highlights: Mounted cast skeletons of Gasosaurus, Mamenchiaurus,
Museum of the Institute of VertebratePaleontology and Paleoanthropology
Highlights: Large collection of dinosaur skeletons, which include:
Lufengosaurus, Protoceratops, and Shunosaurus.
Tianjin Museum of Natural History
272 Ma Chang Dao St.
Hexi District, Tianjin
Highlights: Displays of Lufengosaurus, Omeisaurus, and Tuojiangosaurus.
Highlights: The Shanghai Museum features casts of Mamenchisaurus,
Tsinaosaurus, and Tuojiangosaurus.
Museum of Chengdu,
College of Geology
Highlights: Several dinosaur displays, such as Chuandongocoelurus,
Kailiangosaurus, Mamenchisaurus, Omeisaurus, and Yandusaurus.
Zigong Dinosaur Museum
Highlights: Dinosaur skeletons of Datousaurus, Gasasaurus,
Huayangosaurus, Shunusaurus, Xiaosaurus, and Yandusaurus.
The Burial Hall is situated over a rock bed, with exposed
Zigong Dinosaur Quarry
Highlights: Dinosaur exhibit includes skeletal displays of
Huayangosaurus, Tuojiangosaurus, and Yangchuanosaurus.
Indian Statistical Institute
Highlights: The museums feature display is the world's only
mounted skeleton of Barapasaurus. Other specimens displayed
include remains of Lametasaurus, and an apparent Titanosaurid
National Museum of Natural Sciences
Taichung, Taiwan, CHINA
Highlights: Skeletal casts of Camarasaurus and Stegosaurus,
and realistic restorations of Euoplocephalus, Gallimimus, and
a robotic Corythosaurus.