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American Museum of Natural History's T. rex: Skeleton Crew
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Assemble Tyrannosaurus rex fossil bones to create a magical museum exhibit. Then witness your T. rex come to life, as you travel back in time 66 million years to the end of the Age of Dinosaurs, when flying reptiles glided through the skies and T. rex was the world’s apex predator. Experience T. rex in its natural habitat, a warm and wet environment in what is now Hell Creek, Montana. A special “guided tour” mode is unlocked after gameplay. Meet paleontologist Mark Norell, a curator from the American Museum of Natural History in New York City and world-renowned T. rex expert. Learn how scientists study this formidable creature. How fast could T. rex run? What happened when it lost a tooth? Could it sit on its nest? What does fossil poop tell us about its hunting habits? T. rex: Skeleton Crew was developed by the American Museum of Natural History in partnership with HTC VIVE, and in collaboration with Immersion VR. A shorter, multiplayer version of the game is featured in the Museum’s exhibition T. rex: The Ultimate Predator.