These included models of a Thalassomedon’s 19-foot-long neck and the gigantic eyes of a Temnodontosaurus. Despite a snowstorm, about 5,000 people of all ages streamed through the museum and stopped by Chewonki’s display to do some hands-on learning and ask questions.
“It was a great day,” says Jessica. “It’s an honor to teach in that amazing museum.”
Chewonki takes Traveling Natural History Programs from Chewonki Neck to about 20,000 people each year, teaching in schools, libraries, and other community centers. To learn more, swim, slither, fly, or race to the Traveling Natural History Program!