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Photo: Getting an inside look at dinosaurs

A Mobius moment: Thor Tenold, 5, right, looks through a Tyrannosaurus rex interactive exhibit while his sister Ada, 3, checks a Triceratops’ point of view at the T. rex Named Sue exhibit at Mobius Science Center in downtown Spokane. The exhibition includes a cast of Sue, the most complete Tyrannosaurus rex ever discovered. It is 42 feet long and weighs 3,500 pounds. The bones were found in the Black Hills of South Dakota in 1990 by fossil hunter Sue Hendrickson. The children were visiting Mobius for the first time with their grandmother, Jan Tenold. The exhibit runs through Jan. 4. (Dan Pelle)
A Mobius moment: Thor Tenold, 5, right, looks through a Tyrannosaurus rex interactive exhibit while his sister Ada, 3, checks a Triceratops’ point of view at the T. rex Named Sue exhibit at Mobius Science Center in downtown Spokane. The exhibition includes a cast of Sue, the most complete Tyrannosaurus rex ever discovered. It is 42 feet long and weighs 3,500 pounds. The bones were found in the Black Hills of South Dakota in 1990 by fossil hunter Sue Hendrickson. The children were visiting Mobius for the first time with their grandmother, Jan Tenold. The exhibit runs through Jan. 4. (Dan Pelle)
A Mobius moment: Thor Tenold, 5, right, looks through a Tyrannosaurus rex interactive exhibit Tuesday while his sister Ada, 3, checks a Triceratops’ point of view at the T. rex Named Sue exhibit at Mobius Science Center in downtown Spokane. The exhibition includes a cast of Sue, the most complete Tyrannosaurus rex ever discovered. It is 42 feet long and weighs 3,500 pounds. The bones were found in the Black Hills of South Dakota in 1990 by fossil hunter Sue Hendrickson. The children were visiting Mobius for the first time with their grandmother, Jan Tenold. The exhibit runs through Jan. 4.
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