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Jacksonville, FL 32207

Megalodon: The Largest Shark That Ever Lived
May 24 - September 14, 2014

You may have seen the movie Jaws – but you’ve never seen jaws like these. They belonged to a 60-foot-long behemoth, whose giant mouth bristled with 276 teeth. MOSH tells the remarkable story of this prehistoric shark that ruled the seas more than two million years ago in the national traveling exhibit, Megalodon: Largest Shark that Ever Lived, opening Memorial Day Weekend, May 24, 2014. Learn more here.

Interpreting Northeast Florida:
A Historic Mural by Elmer Grey

Naval Air Station Jacksonville and the Museum of Science & History will unveil a fully restored historic mural by artist and architect Elmer Grey. Measuring in at 35-feet long, the oil on canvas mural illustrates the influence of Spanish and French colonization on Northeast Florida. Painted by Grey as a gift to the Navy at World War II’s beginning, the mural was displayed at NAS Jax in the Bachelor Officers’ Quarters until 2011 when it was removed for conservation. The newly restored mural is on long-term loan from NAS Jax and will be installed in the Wells Fargo Conference Room at MOSH. The installation will feature digital interpretation of the historic Timucua, Spanish, French and St. Augustine scenes depicted in the mural; Elmer Grey’s biographical information; and an overview of the mural’s restoration.

Timucuan Parks Adventure

Timucuan Parks Adventure connects MOSH visitors to the City’s nature parks through science and history. In addition to the interactive kiosk, text panels with QR codes are located throughout the museum allowing visitors to use their smart phones to learn more about a subject.

This valuable partnership between MOSH and the Timucuan Trail Parks Foundation is supported through a generous anonymous donation. The Timucuan Parks Adventure kiosk is presented by the Edward Lane Family. To learn more, visit