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Young explorers can satisfy their curiosity by learning about real artifacts, specimens and different cultures. This interactive exhibit allows children to dance to Latin beats, play African drums, explore a dinosaur's nest, explore a pueblo home and much more!
Learn about the two lions that killed over 135 railroad workers and villagers in the span of 9 months. The killings occurred during the construction of a railroad bridge across the Tsavo River in East Africa. Terrified, many workers fled the area and did not return until John Henry Patterson managed to kill both lions in 1898. Currently, Field Museum staff members are conducting ecological studies in the Tsavo region and genetic studies on the different types of lions in the area.
Discover how dozens of diverse cultures and societies thrived in the ancient Americas. From the mammoth hunters of the Ice Age to the ingenious architects of the Aztec Empire, the Field Musuem explores how people in the Americas lived long before the arrival of European explorers.