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250 W. Cocoa Beach Cswy.
Cocoa Beach, FL  32931
Phone:  321-783-1447

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PREHISTORIC BEASTS EXHIBIT

3,000 to 6,000 sq. ft. venues

ICE AGE SNOW SCENE

Only after the extinction of the dinosaurs, 65 million years ago, could the mammals and other strange creatures radiate to fill all of the empty ecological space that had been vacated.  The Prehistoric Beasts exhibit displays a vast array of wonderful and weird creatures that lived from 10,000 to 55 million years ago.

The following specimens are but a few of the components in this fabulous Prehistoric Beasts exhibit! 

HEBIOR MAMMOTH

Mammuthus primigenius

CAST

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HEBIOR MAMMOTH SKELETON

In early 1994, during the installation of drain tile patterns in a Wisconsin cornfield, workers ran into what has become one of North Americas most important Ice Age discoveries - a nearly complete skeleton of a woolly mammoth, named the Hebior Mammoth.

WOOLY RHINO

Coelodonta antiquitatis

AUTHENTIC

AUTHENTIC WOOLLY RHINOCEROS SKELETON

This authentic complete skeleton of Coelodonta antiquitatis is the only authentic traveling specimen in the world.  He sports an impressive 42" nose horn and is about 100,000 years old.

GIANT GROUND SLOTH

Glossotherium harlani

CAST
GROUND SLOTH SKELETON

The Rancho La Brea tar pits in Los Angeles have yielded excellent specimens of this great ground sloth.  This sloth is a direct casting from one of the finest specimens ever found.

SABER CAT

Smilodon californicus

CAST
SABERCAT FAMILY

The Smilodon was the classic saber tooth cat.  Groups of these powerful cats attacked and killed both the giant sloth and mammoth with their huge pair of saber teeth.  Museum guests are always shocked over the large size of this beautiful skeleton cast.

CAVE BEAR

Ursus spelaeus

AUTHENTIC
AUTHENTIC CAVE BEAR SKELETON

This impressive specimen will wow your guests!  The authentic Russian cave bear skeleton stands over 8' tall and is all authentic bone.

DWARF MAMMOTH

Elephas falconeri

CAST

DWARF MAMMOTH SKELETON

This adult skeleton of the smallest mammoth to ever evolve was found in Sicily and is about 500,000 year old.  During the Ice Age, sea levels were low enough to connect some islands around the world to their adjacent mainlands via land bridges.  Toward the end of the Ice Ages, sea levels rose again, leaving some species of animals, such as this one, stranded on small islands.

TERROR BIRD

Diatryma

Fleshed-out sculpture

Diatryma

During the Eocene, the grasslands of N. America were inhabited by this flightless bird over 7' tall.  It had massive limbs with three toes, a great skull measuring 18" and a powerful hooked beak.  This terror bird represented a great danger to small mammals.  (IMAGE FROM LINDSAY WILDLIFE MUSEUM, CALIFORNIA).

UINTA BEAST

Uintatherium

CAST

 

Uintatherium was one of the many bizarre mammals roaming North America during the late Eocene epoch. This bulky, hoofed animal was larger than the modern rhinoceros and sported three pairs of short, knobby horns which grew upward from its nasal bones. In addition, a pair of dagger-like canine tusks jutted downward from its upper jaw. Like the wooly rhino, the uintatherium was a plant-eater. It mainly lived in forests where it could find leaves and soft plants to eat. The uintatheres have no living descendants.

Pair  of ENTELODONTS

Archaeotherium

and

PROTOCERATID

Synthetoceras

Fleshed-out sculptures

 

Archaeotherium belonged to the family of entelodonts, which represent an extinct family of even-toed mammals. These large pig-like creatures were most prolific in the Oligocene, but some survived in North America until the early Miocene, about 20 million years ago.

Synthetoceras belonged to the family of Protoceratids, "first horns", which resembled deer but were more closely related to camels. Synthetoceras was the latest and the largest of the Protoceratids. Its flamboyant horn arrangement was only present in the males.

 
YABBA DABBA DOO! CHJLDREN CAN USE THEIR IMAGINATION!
12' LONG FLINTSTONE CAR - STEERING WHEEL, FRONT WHEEL AND HORNS CAN BE CONTROLLED BY CHLDREN!

INTERACTIVE MAGNETIC TABLE WHERE VISITORS CREATE THEIR OWN BEAST!

DIG PIT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!

FOUR-SIDED INFORMATION TOWER

FOUR SIDED "TOUCH" INFORMATION TOWER WITH AUDIO LOOP PLAYING ON ONE SIDE.

UNCOVER COOL ICE AGE CREATURES IN THIS KNEEL AND DIG PIT.

INTERACTIVE - PUSH-BUTTON CONTROLLED ICE AGE SCENE

VISITORS CONTROL THE ACTION OF THREE DIRE WOLVES ATTACKING THE GIANT ANCIENT BEAVER.

GIANT ROBOTIC BEAVER

WOLVES ATTACK GIANT BEAVER
   

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