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Sydney Museum
The place I visited in my life which is memorable to me among which I want to mention is Sydney Museum. Before visiting the place I saw advertisement of the museum where skeleton of dinosaurous was displayed and I became interested to visit the place. When I bought the ticket I was directed to a large room and I saw skeleton of a dinosaur which is about ninety five feet high and one twenty feet long. The bones were fixed by the help of spring. The jaw of the dinosaur was about twenty fit long. Besides there were skeleton of tetradactyl and other creatures contemporary of dinosaur like tyrannosaurus and brontosaurus. The skeletons and momies of byson, elephants etc. were really exciting. There were momies of different types of monkeys, snakes and dolphine. Description about each type of creature was written near the cages.

When I went to the next floor I saw various types of mines like gold, silver, sulpher,copper, asbestos, coal and diamonds which was put as they are extracted from the mines and waiting for processed. Especially various types of coloured diamonds were larking in the dark. Then I saw various types of old age rocks like granite and metamorphosis rocks and fossils.

When I moved to the next floor which was the last floor I saw many pictures about human evolution and evidences like sculpture of apeman. I saw a tiger is biting a human being and which was real but in the form of momi. After that I saw a movie in the theatre of the museum about evolution of dinosaurous. How the stronger creatures hunt the weaker creatures and how a mother dinosaur hunts and bring the prey to feed their child and how the dinosaur struggle for their food. The ecological imbalance (lack of water), Natural calamities especially the frequent eruption of the volcanoes, lack of sufficient food etc was responsible for the destruction of dinosaurous which was explained in details in the movie. I enjoyed the movie and learned various aspects of the life of the past creatures which survived as the fittest many years ago before the creation of human beings.

In my brief description I could not focus about all items in the museum as I have visited couple of years ago but I would like to highly recommend that you will enjoy a beautiful time and can learn lots of things if you visit Sydney Museum.
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