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Download Brochure PDF - Florida Museum of Natural History ...

Download Brochure PDF - Florida Museum of Natural History ...

Download Brochure PDF - Florida Museum of Natural History

Megalowdown (Quick Facts) Contents > 60-foot-long walk-through Megalodon sculpture, fossil specimens, artifacts, full-scale shark models, free-standing interpretive islands, interactives Support > Staff provided to oversee installation and take-down > Education Guide > PR/Marketing materials including complete press kit with releases, PSAs, images, captions, fact sheet; rack card, billboard, banner, print/radio/TV ads with script Participation Fee > Call for pricing For additional information, visit our web site: www.flmnh.ufl.edu/rentmegalodon You may also contact Tom Kyne, Traveling Exhibits Coordinator: (352) 273-2077 kyne@flmnh.ufl.edu Florida Museum of Natural History University of Florida Cultural Plaza S.W. 34th Street and Hull Road Gainesville, Florida 32611-2710 www.flmnh.ufl.edu Megalodon was produced by the Florida Museum of Natural History with support from the National Science Foundation. Photos by Eric Zamora and Jeff Gage. Illustrations by Merald Clark. Venue Period > 12-16 weeks Size > 4,000-5,000 square feet; Ceiling height 13 feet Security > Moderate Environment > Climate-controlled space Shipping > Florida Museum designated carrier; Venue pays inbound shipping Discover how much Megalodon would have eaten in one day. Don’t miss this new traveling exhibit from the Florida Museum of Natural History. Visitors turn out for giant sharks! This 5,000-square-foot traveling exhibit highlights the evolution, biology and misconceptions of Megalodon, an enormous prehistoric shark that once cruised all the world’s oceans. Related to the modern great white and mako sharks, Megalodon was a dominant marine predator for 15 million years before vanishing 2 million years ago. The exhibit conveys current research findings of Florida Museum paleontologists, and showcases both fossil and modern shark specimens and full-scale models from several collections. People have collected Megalodon teeth for thousands of years, and today Megalodon has near-cult status. The exhibit capitalizes on the public’s fascination with fossil sharks as ambassadors for science and shark conservation. Be consumed with awe, walk away with respect!

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