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Make your own replica of a teeth fossil

Make your own replica of a desmostylus teeth fossil
November 10, Saturday
From 10:30 to 15:00, First 120 people,
Free, No reservation is required*

*However, what you will need to do is to get there at or before 10:30 and “sign up” for the desired time. If your kids have a soccer practice or something in the morning, for instance, you can go to the museum at 10:30am and sign your kids up for 2:00pm session. Fossil making takes 10-15 minutes and drying time takes about 30min. You can look around the museum while you and your kids wait for the replicas to dry, or you can enjoy golden coloring of ginkgo leaves! This weekend is the perfect time to enjoy ginkgo leaves at AIST.

AIST Geological Museum website (English)
Make-Your-Own series page (this page is in Japanese, but you can take a look at the pictures of what you are going to make)

Related article:
Desmostylus Exhibit in Tsukuba



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