The Carnegie Museum of Natural History is famous for its dinosaurs. They have many skeletons on display but where do they keep the ones that aren’t?
In the Carnegie’s basement hallway these doors are across the hall from each other: the Big Bone Room and the Little Bone Room.
Do they keep the big bones in one room and the little bones in the other?
Is a dinosaur’s thigh in the Big room and his toe in the Little one?
I haven’t seen either room but my friends at the Carnegie assure me that “Big” and “Little” refer to the size of the rooms, not the size of the bones inside them.
(photos by Kate St. John)