Snap the jaws of a T. rex, flap the fins of a Plesiosaur, and control millions of years at your fingertips as the Museum of Science & Industry in Tampa presents Dinosaurs in Motion. Art and science collide in this amazing limited engagement, opening Saturday. Using gears and levers, visitors take control of life-size, massive metal skeletons - including a 44-foot-long T. rex. Inside each steel sculpture, visitors can watch the mechanical parts at work as the dinosaurs move, showing S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) principles in action. 
 Admission to Dinosaurs in Motion is free to MOSI members and included with a general admission ticket. Information: mosi.org. PUBLICITY PHOTO
Snap the jaws of a T. rex, flap the fins of a Plesiosaur, and control millions of years at your fingertips as the Museum of Science & Industry in Tampa presents Dinosaurs in Motion. Art and science collide in this amazing limited engagement, opening Saturday. Using gears and levers, visitors take control of life-size, massive metal skeletons - including a 44-foot-long T. rex. Inside each steel sculpture, visitors can watch the mechanical parts at work as the dinosaurs move, showing S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) principles in action. Admission to Dinosaurs in Motion is free to MOSI members and included with a general admission ticket. Information: mosi.org. PUBLICITY PHOTO Picasa
Snap the jaws of a T. rex, flap the fins of a Plesiosaur, and control millions of years at your fingertips as the Museum of Science & Industry in Tampa presents Dinosaurs in Motion. Art and science collide in this amazing limited engagement, opening Saturday. Using gears and levers, visitors take control of life-size, massive metal skeletons - including a 44-foot-long T. rex. Inside each steel sculpture, visitors can watch the mechanical parts at work as the dinosaurs move, showing S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Mathematics) principles in action. Admission to Dinosaurs in Motion is free to MOSI members and included with a general admission ticket. Information: mosi.org. PUBLICITY PHOTO Picasa

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