"LOS ANGELES — Part of the oldest museum in Los Angeles County has been turned into a home for the aged — and the ages.
With specimens that date back 4 billion years, the Age of Mammals exhibit opens Sunday in the north wing of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
It's the first permanent museum exhibition in the world to trace 65 million years of evolution based on geology and climate, said curator John Harris."...
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"How do you squeeze 65 million years of mammalian history into an eye-popping, mind-bending, crowd-pleasing exhibition?
Not easily, even if you have a stellar collection of prehistoric specimens and a talented team of curators, scientists and designers who like to tell big stories with the help of interactive technology. Or if the showcase is part of a $107-million architectural restoration project...."
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