By B.C. Kowalski
The roar of T-Rex can be heard over the site of a lion guarding a freshly killed zebra.
Who knew all this was tucked away on the first floor of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point’s library?
The roughly 1,000 people who attended the UWSP Museum of Natural History’s Collection Crawl on Saturday got a pretty good idea. Attendees checked out the museum’s more than 2,000 items on display, which include a replica T-Rex skull, a large collection of more than 2,500 eggs, and a full Allosaurus skeleton.