Jersey Crocs Rule!

Jersey Crocs Rule!

Mar 2, 2019 — Sep 8, 2019
New Jersey State Museum
205 W. State St., Trenton, NJ 08625
Dates & Times
Jul 15: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 16: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 17: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 18: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 19: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 20: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 21: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 22: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 23: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 24: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 25: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 26: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 27: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 28: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 29: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 30: 9:00am — 4:45pmJul 31: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 1: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 2: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 3: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 4: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 5: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 6: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 7: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 8: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 9: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 10: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 11: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 12: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 13: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 14: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 15: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 16: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 17: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 18: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 19: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 20: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 21: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 22: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 23: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 24: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 25: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 26: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 27: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 28: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 29: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 30: 9:00am — 4:45pmAug 31: 9:00am — 4:45pmSep 1: 9:00am — 4:45pmSep 2: 9:00am — 4:45pmSep 3: 9:00am — 4:45pmSep 4: 9:00am — 4:45pmSep 5: 9:00am — 4:45pmSep 6: 9:00am — 4:45pmSep 7: 9:00am — 4:45pmSep 8: 9:00am — 4:45pm
609-292-6464 Trenton

Event Description

Explore the existence of crocodiles in New Jersey throughout their evolution. Crocodylians have been on the Earth for over 200 million years, and the wide diversity of crocodile species found in the Garden State’s fossil record is amazing. The exhibit delves into the fossil history of crocs in NJ, with preserved croc-like trackways dating back almost 200 million years and a nearly complete skeleton of crocodylian Hyposaurus rogersii, which lived in what is now Gloucester Co., NJ about 65 million years ago. Visitors will also come face-to-face with a six-foot skull reconstruction of Deinosuchus, one of the largest crocodiles to ever live. Other features of the exhibit will include modern crocs from the State Museum’s collections on display, interactives demonstrating how croc tails move and what their prehistoric environments were like, and a display of a recent croc fossil discovery currently under preparation at the State Museum. Supported in part by the NJ State Museum Foundation.