Two highlights from my trip to the museum were when I learned that the wooly elephant wasn't the largest mammal to ever roam the earth it i actually a animal named paraceratheriun, which is actually 40% to 50% larger than an elephant. The second highlight of the day was when I learned that all of the fossils weren't completely made out of just bone most of it is clay sometimes because the bones break a lot of times so the have to sculpt them back into shape with clay before they can put them on display.
We were able to decide which animal was closest to our fossils by looking at the shape of the bones and skulls, and when you put them all together how big they were as well.
I think it is important to know why people migrate because it helps you put yourselves in their shoes, and try and understand what their going through. I think migration links itself into science and paleontology because, people and dinosaurs had to migrate and adapt to their new surroundings to make it in the world.
If Ken and the other scientists asked me how does IDZ relates to being a global citizen I would say, " it relates to being a global citizen because when we have to dig up the fossils you have to be careful and take are of them just like how you have to care your earth because if you break it you will never find another just like it."