Tiny Titans, an exhibit of dinosaur eggs and babies, is the special exhibit at the Virginia Living Museum this summer.
The exhibit has a large array of real dinosaur eggs and nests from around the world, including those from the major plant- and meat-eating dinosaur groups.
Like all babies, the dinosaurs have cute stories, which are also included in the exhibit.
Baby Louie is a focal point to the exhibit. It is a nearly complete skeleton of a dinosaur embryo with its bones aligned in the proper position. The discovery was made by Charlie Magovern in 1993 when he was cleaning a large block of eggs from China. His remarkable find was not officially published until 2017. Magovern named the embryo after National Geographic photographer Louis Psihoyos.
Tiny Titans was created by Charlie and Florence Magovern of The Stone Company in Boulder, Colorado in association with the Harvard Museum of Natural History. The exhibit follows Virginia state guidelines, and continues through September 7.