Feed a Sauropod in Virtual Reality. Stand in the same space as Alan and understand the sheer scale of these creatures. If you are gentle, Alan will feed from your hand. A vertebra from such a Sauropod was recently discovered in Yorkshire and is now in the Yorkshire Museum collection.
 A Fantastic Plesiosaur sculpture hangs near the entrance
 The introductory Discovery Gallery tells the story of discovery, collection and the building of knowledge through the scientific process
 Sir David Attenborough unearths fossils in the Discovery Room
 Sir David Attenborough is guided through the exhibition by Dr Sarah King, Curator of Natural Sciences, and Chief Executive Reyahn King.
 The Coral Seas Gallery
 Tactile activity sculpture made from crushed real stone
 Dynamic and colourful specimen display of Coral Seas Jurassic life
 A ColliderCase (holographic showcase) shows the detail hidden inside this nodule found at Whitby.
 A holographic ColliderCase lifts the lid on the Ichthyosaur embryos trapped inside this nodule
 Sir David Attenborough examines the huge marine reptiles through the augmented reality app, which shows their skin, flesh and original shape before they were crushed by geological forces.
 Through the power of AR (augmented reality), it is possible to see the skin and flesh of the huge marine reptiles aligned with the real fossil specimens within the huge display case. The visitor can move the iPads around to view the entire length of the specimen.
 A huge type specimen  Temondontosaurus  lies in wait for unsuspecting visitors. The symbols in the background are AR markers.
 How do your feet measure up to this creature?
 The Dinosaur Country Gallery
 Activities for younger visitor await under the activity sculpture
 Sir David Attenborough waits quietly for the augmented reality Therapod to appear and walk on the 150 million year old trackway.
 Sir David Attenborough marvels at the virtual Jurassic landscape, waiting to meet Alan the Sauropod.
 A holographic Yorkshire Therapod stands in real footprints left in clay 150 million years ago.
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