The vivid scenes of Rudolph Zallinger's famous dinosaur mural The Age of Reptiles have graced the walls of academic institutions and the homes of dinosaur fans around the world. The mural, which overlooks the Great Hall in the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History, is far more than a magnificent work of art—it is also a scientific document transforming the knowledge, ideas, and thoughts of many scholars of ancient life into realistic and accurate images. At 110 feet long by 16 feet high the mural is one of the largest in the world, and required more than four-and-a-half years (1943–1947) to complete.
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This high quality reproduction poster is enhanced with a time line below the image identifying many of the plant and animal species. The poster and the accompanying guidebook (sold separately) are superb for both class study and individual enjoyment.
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6’ long x 12” wide