The rEvolution is getting closer to what it should be!
It’s taken many outings but the way I look at this now, it is as close as the original I conceived as it could be (for the moment). It is really difficult to “marry” the concept to a different hall every time. And on top of that add the very inevitable, popular (albeit not of my complete liking) animatronics. But the skeletons furnished by Peter Norton and the murals DO work together. The drama is palpable for the first time in Whirinaki Whare Taonga (to my taste at least).
A controversial exhibition to say the least… Ornithischian vs Theropoda, skin warriors!
In the meantime in Mexico…
I frankly couldn’t be happier! A prestigious Mexican magazine I’ve been collecting all my life, specialised in Mexican native Archaeology has chosen my Tlatolophus, the talking duck-billed crowned jewel of Mexican Dinosaurs, restoration as its first-ever Paleontology cover. Thank you all!