Field Museum of Natural History
The museum was founded in 1893 and had used old exhibitions that were shown from the [[World's Columbian Exposition of 1893, including exhibits about trains.
The Field Museum has a large collection of dinosaur skeletons in the Evolving Planet exhibit. The human cultural anthropology exhibits have things from ancient Egypt, the Pacific Northwest, the Pacific Islands, and Tibet. The taxidermy collection has many large animals, including two African elephants and the Lions of Tsavo featured in the 1996 movie The Ghost and the Darkness.
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