South Bend welcoming new animals in promotion of Indiana Dinosaur Museum
The city of South Bend is welcoming several animals to the area in promotion of the new Indiana Dinosaur Museum.
The museum won’t be open until July 12, but ahead of that several different alligators, snakes, and goats have ALREADY been welcomed to the museum.
On Tuesday they even released a buffalo into a restored prairie. That buffalo will be joined by six others in the future on the prairie that historically was home to several of the species.
The Indiana Dinosaur Museum aims to demonstrate the connections of present animals to the past creatures as a part of its “zooseum” atmosphere.

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