SUE the T. rex Plush
Product #: X2841Regular price $24.99 Save $-24.99
Our official SUE the T. rex plush will provide hours of fun for the little dino lover in your life. SUE, in real life, is over 40 feet long, but this stuffed toy is shrunken down to make it perfect for play on-the-go.
Field Museum Bear Plush with Chicago Bandana
Product #: X8100Regular price $24.99 Save $-24.99
Soft and cuddly, who wouldn't want to take this adorable plush teddy bear home with them? The Field Museum patch stitched into the foot and Chicago bandana adds a memorable touch, making it a great souvenir.
Rosie the Tarantula Plush
Product #: 141230Regular price $19.99 Save $-19.99
Create your own adventures with Rosie the Tarantula plush when you take her home! Super soft and full of color, Rosie makes a great cuddly companion while reading the matching book.
A Dinosaur Named SUE: The Find of the Century
Product #: X4756Regular price $3.99 Save $-3.99
Follows the amazing story of SUE, the largest and most complete T. rex fossil ever found, from their discovery in the Badlands of South Dakota in 1990 to the exciting restoration work leading up to their spring 2000 public debut.
Máximo the Titanosaur Plush
Product #: X2848Regular price $29.99 Save $-29.99
Named Máximo, meaning "most" in Spanish, our Titanosaur cast sprawls across Stanley Field Hall and reaches 122 feet long and 28 feet tall. Modeled from fossil bones excavated in Argentina, this touchable cast conveys the magnitude of the largest animal to ever live. Now you can take a mini Máximo home with you in adorable plush form!
When Sue Found Sue
Product #: 140878Regular price $17.99 Save $-17.99
From a very young age, Sue Hendrickson was meant to find things: lost coins, perfume bottles, even hidden treasure. Her endless curiosity eventually led to her career in diving and paleontology, where she would continue to find things big and small. In 1990, at a dig in South Dakota, Sue made her biggest discovery to date: SUE the T. rex, the largest and most complete T. rex skeleton ever unearthed. Named in Sue's honor, Sue the T. rex would be placed on permanent exhibition at the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. When Sue Found Sue inspires readers to take a closer look at the world around them and to never lose their brave, adventurous spirits.