The Natural History Museum's new Dinosaur Hall spans two galleries and features more than 300 specimens. The showcase exhibit of Gallery 2 in the 1913 Building is a trio of Tyrannosaurus rex specimens grouped around the carcass of a duck-billed Edmontosaurus, showing what might have been a snapshot of dinosaur life 66 million years ago.



Source: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
Dinosaur renderings by Stephanie Abramowicz
Graphics reporting by Julie Sheer
Graphics and interactivity by Khang Nguyen