It was 10 p.m.. The tourists had gone home and the dinosaur hall on the fourth floor at the American Museum of Natural History glowed with an eerie red light.
Nine-year-olds Jack Welsh and Lylah Rutigliano, of Demarest, N.J., peered at a giant skeleton with their flashlight.
"Look at its teeth," said Jack, who pointed to a large jaw hanging from the ceiling. "Oh my gosh, he didn't have to chew anything. He could've just been like, put us in his mouth and we're gone."
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