Reporting Jeff Ray
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DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) - After three years of construction, the Perot Museum of Nature & Science is finally set to open its doors for the first time on Saturday. The new 14-story structure is expected to be one of the most popular Dallas area attractions. But before the building opened to the public, CBS 11 News meteorologist (and science fan) Jeff Ray was given an early look inside of the museum to preview what visitors will be able to see.
Officials with the museum have also released a time-lapse movie that not only showcases the exterior construction of the new 180,000 square foot building, but also gives a look over time of the interior assembly of the dinosaur exhibit hall including the formation of an actual dinosaur skeleton.
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