ICE AGE MAMMALS
Kokoro worked closely with the scientific and museum community to develop this original traveling exhibit depicting Giant Mammals of the Ice Age. We are quite proud of what we were able to accomplish, both artistically and scientifically, in bringing this one-of-a-kind exhibit to fine institutions throughout the world.
The Ice Age was a geologically active time with moving glaciers, volcanoes and earthquakes violently changing the Earth’s landscape. This time in history following the extinction of the dinosaurs spanned between 60 million and 3 million years ago, and was the one in which mammals emerged as a dominant species on Earth.
The main scenes of this exhibit include:
- A family of Smilodons, the giant Saber-toothed Cats, is shown in a tranquil setting; quite a departure from the way the carnivore is typically portrayed. Two adults rest and protect their playful young.
- In more traditional fashion, the hunting technique and the awesome power of the Smilodon explodes as it attacks a Megatherium – a giant sloth nearly four times the cat’s size.
- The trumpeting sound and majestic stature of the Woolly Mammoth is also depicted. The Mammoth is one of the most common Ice Age creatures associated with the era.
- A family group of Australopithecus, man’s earliest-known ancestors, can be seen nurturing their young and developing primitive households in an aboriginal setting.
In addition to the above-described creatures, this exhibit contains five other exciting robotic scenes from this tumultuous time in Earth’s past. The exhibit requires at least 3,500 square feet.
*Please refer to the components list for what is included in the sale of this exhibition.
Exhibit set up manual,
Truck load and unload Manual
Electronic component manual
The exhibition is sold as is. However, company will assist in the initial exhibit set up and make sure that everything is in working order at that time.
Technical: This is listed at the bottom of each PDF promotional spread which can be downloaded above.
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