GENRE: True Story – Natural History
The late Jurassic period was the era of terrestrial super titans, and none were bigger than the four-legged sauropod nicknamed ‘Maximus’. By adulthood, the creature was the size of a 747 airliner and weighed as much as 25 full grown elephants. Max’s epic journey to become the largest animal that that ever lived is both astonishing and virtually unknown. Deep in the remote Alberta Badlands, paleontologists Frank Hadfield and Darla Zelinitsky build the world’s first full-scale skeleton of the largest animal that ever lived.
The full-scale skeleton of Maximus has been designed to be mobile for use during premieres screening and as a standalone exhibit for theatres and science centers. In less than a day, the specimen can be erected and will create significant attention from local, regional and international media outlets. In addition, theatres can request a lobby exhibit that includes full-scale femur, vertebra, fleshed out head and foot along with learning materials suitable for all ages.