ATLANTA -- Fernbank Museum of Natural History is bringing some of the most bizarre mammals that ever lived back to life this year.
"Extreme Mammals: The Biggest, Smallest, and Most Amazing Mammals of All Time" opens Saturday, Mar. 2 at the DeKalb County museum.
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The exhibit explains how some of the featured mammals went extinct, while others survived and evolved into animals that still roam the earth today. From skeletons to taxidermy creatures, Extreme Mammals offers a close look at some of the most jaw-dropping specimens in history.
Admission to Extreme Mammals is included with a museum ticket. The exhibit closes on Aug. 18.