The Indricotherium is extreme. So is his neighbor, the Batodonoides vanhouteni. No, they are not extreme because of their weird names. They are extreme because they are the largest and the smallest land mammals to ever walk Earth.
From Saturday until March 23, they (or their likenesses) will take up residence inside the Bullock Texas State History Museum. “Extreme Mammals” is the largest visiting exhibit the museum has housed.
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When: Saturday-March 23; special opening day activities noon to 3 p.m. Saturday.
Where: Bullock Texas State History Museum, 1800 N. Congress Ave.
Tickets: Free with admission to the museum, $12 adults, $8 children ages 4-17, $10 students, seniors and military
Information: 512-936-4649, thestoryoftexas.com.