Dinosaurs have long been extinct, but a new exhibit from the Russian Natural History Museum will give residents of Korea a chance to see the remains up close. Filled with pieces on loan from the Russian museum, the exhibit on prehistoric life features sections on “The Birth of Earth,” “The Paleozoic Era,” “The Mesozoic Era,” “The Ice Age” and “The Cenozoic Era.” Some of the most interesting parts of the exhibit are a 7-meter (23-foot) tall model of an adult mammoth, a large model of a Tyrannosaurus rex and an actual preserved body of a baby mammoth. The frozen body of the baby mammoth, estimated to have lived more than 40,000 years ago, was discovered in Siberia in 1977. It is being shown in Korea for the first time. Since opening in 1930, the Russian Natural History Museum has built a vast collection of rare items. The exhibit runs through Feb. 10 at the aT Center in Yangjae-dong, Seoul. For information call 6300-1900 or visit www.atcenter.co.kr.