Edmontosaurus Exhibit (Senckenberg Naturmuseum, Frankfurt)

The Natural History Museum of Frankfurt (Senckenberg Naturmuseum), houses one of the largest vertebrate fossil collections in the whole of Germany.  It may be undergoing extensive refurbishment at the moment, but team members at Everything Dinosaur were still able to tour the museum galleries and look at the amazing fossil displays.  This museum documents the biodiversity of life and has an extensive display of stuffed animals including several Australian marsupials, with amongst them a Thylacine.  Naturally, most of our time was spent exploring the large number of exhibits that demonstrate the evolution of life on Earth, one of favourite parts of the museum had a display featuring a partial skeleton of an Edmontosaurus.

The Mummified Edmontosaurus Exhibit on Display at the Senckenberg Naturmuseum, Frankfurt

Edmontosaurus fossil exhibit.

The Edmontosaurus exhibit at the Frankfurt Natural History Museum.

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

The fossil specimen, which includes a complete skull also has sections of preserved skin.

The Thylacine Exhibit at the Frankfurt Natural History Museum

A Tasmanian tiger exhibit.

Stuffed Thylacine (Tasmanian tiger).

Picture Credit: Everything Dinosaur

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