# Museum exhibit
The Third Imperial Easter Egg Discovered by a Scrap Metal Trader
***This post was written using information from CNN STYLE***. The story of a man who stumbled upon a $14,000 Faberge egg at a jumble sale only to discover it was worth an estimated $33 million is the stuff of fairy tales. The man, a scrap metal trader from the Midwest who wishes to remain anonymous, had hoped to make a quick profit by selling the egg's gold for scrap. But after doing a quick Google search and discovering the egg's true value, he reached out to Faberge expert Kieran McCarthy and flew to London to confirm the egg's authenticity.
Feeling White Guilt While Walking Around the Hispanic Historical Exhibits at the Field Museum
This video is my 20th installment on my mini-series of the "Field Museum" in Chicago. Here I am walking around a historical exhibit that showcases the indigenous people previously living in areas such as Mexico and Latin America before Spanish colonialism. This made me feel a sense of white guilt by learning about the previous wrongdoings of my fellow European ancestors, but it's good to acknowledge history so it doesn't repeat itself. Please follow me on NewsBreak for more Chicago content!
Walking Through Ancient Civilizations in Chicago's Field Museum
This video is my 19th installment for my mini-series on the "Field Museum" in Chicago. Here we continue to explore some of the exhibits on the 3rd floor- the ones featured in this video showcase Polynesian, Aborigines, and Incan/Mayan/Aztec culture. Be sure to walk around this museum and check them all out on your own! Please follow me on NewsBreak to see more Chicago content.
Tahiti & Polynesian Culture to Learn About in the Field Museum
This video is my 18th installment for my mini-series on the "Field Museum" in Chicago. Here we explore a different end of the 3rd floor, one that is specifically named "Traveling Through the Pacific". One of my favorite pieces of this exhibit was the mock towns resembling areas of Tahiti and Polynesia in general. There are also artifacts and other cultural items from these parts of the world on display. Please follow me on NewsBreak for more Chicago content!
"Sue" is the World's Largest T-Rex and the Most Complete Ever Discovered
This video is my 17th installment of my mini-series on the "Field Museum" in Chicago. Here we admire and gawk at the tyrannosaurus rex named "Sue", which is actually the largest and most complete T-Rex ever discovered. It is located in the Dinosaur Hall exhibit, but yet it stands out and is magnificent to witness. Be sure to check out my page for more dinosaur, museum, and Chicago related content!
Why T-Rex "Sue" is the Jewel of the Field Museum in Chicago
This video is the 16th installment of my mini-series on the "Field Museum" in Chicago. Here we explore the "Evolving Planet" and "Dinosaur Hall" exhibits, and move on to the most revered part of the museum - the T-Rex named "Sue". Sue is the most complete T-rex skeleton in the entire world, so it is a must see. Follow me on NewsBreak for more Chicago content!
Triceratops & More at "Dinosaur Hall" Exhibit
This is my 15th installment for my mini-series on the "Field Museum" in Chicago. Here we explore two of the best exhibits of the museum: Evolving Planet, and Dinosaur Hall. Evolving Planet shows the history of the Earth and how it changed over time to be what it is now. Dinosaur Hall showcases (you guessed it) many dinosaur skeletons and fossils including the stunning triceratops. Follow me on NewsBreak for more Chicago content!
Which Exhibits are THE MOST POPULAR at the Chicago Field Museum
This video is my 14th installment for my mini-series on the "Field Museum" in Chicago. Here we walk though the China exhibit to explore some other parts of the 3rd floor - debatably the MOST POPULAR exhibits throughout the whole museum. These exhibits are "Evolving Planet" and "Dinosaur Hall', and will be discussed in greater detail during future videos. Be sure to follow me on NewsBreak for more Chicago content!