Who Knew WashU? 5.10.16

framed fossil of a crocodile
This fossil of a 12-foot crocodile is framed and hung in Rudolph Hall. (Photo: Robert Osburn)

Question: Which campus building includes a public display of fossils from creatures that lived long ago, including a 12-foot crocodile?

A) Duncker Hall

B) Knight Hall

C) Rudolph Hall

D) Umrath Hall

Answer: C) Rudolph Hall.

Home to the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, in Arts & Sciences, Rudolph has many treasures worth exploring, from fossils to fluorescent rocks. Read more in Washington magazine.

Congrats to this week’s winner, Kelly March, of the Department of Biology, who will receive an ‘I Knew WashU’ luggage tag!


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