Intrepid school restore Dino Egg to Museum

Recently Boothstown Methodist Primary school came to the Museum on a visit and brought with them a very valuable find!

Kayleigh with the safely rescued Dinosaur Egg

Kayleigh with the safely rescued Dinosaur Egg

They presented to us a T.rex egg, over 65 million years old, that was originally from the USA. According to the pupils the egg had mysteriously dropped from the sky and landed in their classroom.

However, using their skills of deduction they were able to reason that the egg had most likely fallen from an overhead plane on its way to Manchester so that it could be safely deposited in our collection.

Therefore, they kept it safe and returned it to us in perfect condition. Our thanks goes out to the school for rescuing this very important find and delivering it to our door!

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