It's a natural history museum, so there's a floor on Texas' wildlife, and another on evolution. The first floor focuses on paleontology - you've just got to see the 30-foot mosasaur that was found in south Austin - this monster swam in the very place where you're standing! The pterosaur with its 40-foot wingspan is also pretty spectacular. Too many things to mention here - you just gotta go! FREE admission, too!
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