We recently finished a giant megalodon shark for a new science center in Florida.
Here is a link to the article and video footage of the beast on its way down the highway!
Here is the article content courtesy of Local 10:
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- A giant megalodon ancient shark made its way south on I-95 from Deerfield to Museum of Discovery and Science Friday morning.The megalodon, an extinct species of shark, will be installed in the Prehistoric Florida exhibit in the museum's new EcoDiscovery Center slated to open on November 11.
The new 34,000-sq.-ft. EcoDiscovery Center, which more than doubles the Museum's current exhibit and program space, offers more dynamic hands-on explorations.Visitors can take a ride on the Everglades Airboat Adventure, experience hurricane force winds in the Storm Center, dig for fossils alongside a giant prehistoric megalodon, get close to a confrontation between a saber-toothed cat and an Imperial mammoth, learn about protecting and conserving the Everglades and Florida's natural resources, and follow the natural path water takes through Florida.Visitors can explore the physical principles of water while enjoying the playful antics of North American river otters in their two-story indoor/outdoor habitat.The new wing also features the Mangurian Foundation Lifelong Learning Center with four labs and the 100-seat Keller Science Theater with comfortable seating and technical features to support lectures, exciting science demonstrations, and presentations by community partners.For more information about the Museum, call 954-467-MODS (6637) or visit www.mods.org