About the Dino Pit The Dino Pit Fossils The Austin Nature and Science Center The Dino Pit Sponsors The Austin Nature and Science Center Visitor Information Discoveries Coloring Sheets Collage of artist's rendering of Dino Pit fossils

This exhibit is a collaboration between the Austin Nature and Science Center, the Texas Natural Science Center ,
the Austin Community Foundation, and Graeber, Simmons and Cowan.

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The Hartman Prehistoric Garden, located in Zilker Botanical Gardens, features plants common to the Early Cretaceous Period (144-127 million years ago), casts of dinosaur tracks believed to be made by an ornithomimid found on site in 1992, and a bronze sculpture of an ornithomimid created by TexasNatural Science Center's artist John Maisano.

The Texas Natural Science Center offers exhibits and public programs based on its world-renowned research collection of more than 5 million natural science specimens.  Exhibits focus on dinosaurs and fossils, gems and minerals, and Texas wildlife.

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