SPINOSAURUS: N. AFRICA'S ANSWER TO T-REX

A hundred MILLION years ago, a fantastic beast ruled the waterways of what is now the Sahara Desert. What was this creature, and why are scientists so interested in it today? There are many ways of answering these questions, and students from Casablanca and Chicago teamed up to do that. Take a look at some of the awesome artifacts and exhibits they came up with.

What sets it apart from any other dinosaur that roamed the earth? Here you will find several different ways of answering these questions created by teams of student curators from Casablanca and Chicago.

What kind of people go in search of ancient lost creatures? Here you will find several different ways of answering these questions created by teams of student curators from Casablanca and Chicago.

How can we figure out so much from a few old bones? Not just old, ancient!! Here you will find several different ways of answering these questions created by teams of student curators from Casablanca and Chicago.

What does that tell us about the history of life on earth? Just how OLD is "ancient"? Here you will find several different ways of answering these questions created by teams of student curators from Casablanca and Chicago.

How could a swimming dinosaur possibly live in what is now one of the largest deserts on earth? Here you will find several different ways of answering these questions created by teams of student curators from Casablanca and Chicago.

What does Spinosaurus have to do with any of world's concerns and challenges today? Why should we even care, other than it sounds like a pretty cool creature? Here you will find several different ways of answering these questions created by teams of student curators from Casablanca and Chicago.