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Field Museum of Natural History

The Field Museum of Natural History, which offers more than 20 million artifacts, is a place where we learn a lot about the flora and fauna of our planet. The centerpiece of the museum, which attracts many visitors, is none other than "Sue", the largest and most complete tyrannosaur fossil ever known. Besides the skeleton of the T-Rex, the museum tells us more about our origins. The "Evolving Planet" section traces four billion years of life on Earth thanks to the skeletons of various creatures and primates. Ancient American civilizations can be discovered in the "Ancient Americas" section and the mummies of ancient Egypt can be found in the "Inside Ancient Egypt" section.
Field Museum of Natural History

FAQs for Field Museum of Natural History

  • Where is the Field Museum of Natural History?
    The Field Museum of Natural History is located in Illinois at Chicago, on the shores of Lake Michigan.

  • What are the different scientific branches of the Field Museum of Natural History?
    The Field Museum of Natural History has four main scientific branches: zoology, anthropology, botany and geology.