My, what big teeth

Gateway Science Museum is home to a saber-tooth cat model

MY, WHAT BIG TEETH <br>Rachel Teasdale, acting executive director of the Gateway Science Museum, points to the giant fangs of a saber-tooth cat replica. Skeletal models of the feline species and a short-faced bear (both native extinct species) were two of the installations the museum showed off on Saturday (Oct. 24) during a preview day—one of three leading up to the museum’s grand opening next spring. Upcoming preview days are scheduled for Nov. 11 and Dec. 12. For more info, visit <a href="http://www.gatewayscience.org/">www.gatewayscience.org</a>.

MY, WHAT BIG TEETH
Rachel Teasdale, acting executive director of the Gateway Science Museum, points to the giant fangs of a saber-tooth cat replica. Skeletal models of the feline species and a short-faced bear (both native extinct species) were two of the installations the museum showed off on Saturday (Oct. 24) during a preview day—one of three leading up to the museum’s grand opening next spring. Upcoming preview days are scheduled for Nov. 11 and Dec. 12. For more info, visit www.gatewayscience.org.

Photo By matt siracusa