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La Brea Tar pits / LA Museum of Natural History

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Macrophyseter

Always a great day if it's one to visit an NHM-associated museum, or two of them.

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digit

Two great museums that we've not visited in over 25 years. Thanks for bringing these back into our "must see" list for next time we pass through that area. I seem to remember that wall of Dire Wolf skulls which is a great way of showing how common they are in the fossil record at La Brea. We get excited by a single broken tooth from that species here in South Florida.

 

You couldn't drag me kicking and screaming into Disneyland (but it would be quite a sight if you tried). As a service to other readers, I will now implant an earworm for you all for the rest of the day:

 

It's a small world after all,

It's a small world after all,

It's a small world after all,

It's a small, small world.

 

(You're welcome.) :P

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

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steelhead9

Great photos. LaBrea is my favorite anywhere, but Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, MT is also among the best.

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michele 1937
I visited it many years ago.
It's beautiful
Michele

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