With so many people staying at home, is the dinosaur section of the Natural History Museum employing a skeleton staff?
@ Weasel - He said the museum wasn't that kind of joint
@ Pronk - I once went with my son to a "Dinosnore" at the Natural History Museum in London. We slept under the tail of the Diplodocus. We hoped it hadn't eaten Cowboy Beans.
@ Polly - Do not Touché the exhibits!
@ BK - With all the overtime, they are on their knees
@ Blueiis - A very humerus answer
@ LB - I would feel the same after 65 million years
@ Cat - Hopefully, they don't get buried in their work
@ CT - That would be petrifying
- BlueiisLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
Tibia honest, I don't think they have the guts for it.
- Weasel McWeaselLv 71 month ago
Yes, the museum director had a real bone to pick with them, and had to let some of them go.
- PronkLv 71 month ago
I asked an employee what the scary noises were,
& he said,”That’s a dinosnore.”
Then I found the skeleton crew sleeping,
when I opened the bathroom door.
- pollyLv 71 month ago
The museums have been employing professional fencers to keep watch on the dinosaur sections because they enjoy being en guard
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- Big KahunaLv 71 month ago
Yes,the work staff has been cut down to the bone.
- Laughing BOYLv 71 month ago
That PLACE has BEEN known to be DEAD on their FEET.......😂😂😂😂Source(s): RR..... But some DON'T look a DAY over 64 MILLION.......😂😂😂😂
- 1 month ago
24 hour graveyard shift.
- ChaiTeaLv 61 month ago
Yes, under the watchful eye of the Ossifier in charge.