Museum Collection Visit Bingo!

How to play:

Visit Museum Collection Visit Bingo and print one copy of this game card for each player, refreshing the page before each print, or have the players print their own bingo cards. These instructions will not be printed. You can also select an embeddable card only version of the game or a multiple card version of the game when playing on line, or with a smart phone.

Click/Mark each block when you see or hear these words and phrases. When you get five blocks horizontally, vertically, or diagonally, stand up and shout "NATURE PAPER!!!". Or play as a drinking game and for every block you mark off, take a sip, and finish your drink each time you get five blocks in a row.

Accidentally locked out of collection after going to the restroomMuseum wants copyright on any photos you takeGreen cyanoacrylate glueDrawer falls out of cabinet when you pull it outTray of non-diagnostic bone shards lovingly numbered and cradled in archival foam
Fossil located in collection only after they find out who your graduate advisor wasFossil on exhibit covered in layer of dustFossil unavailable to researchers because it is perpetually "under study"Fish cranial element misidentified as theropod bone#!*%$ ichnotype
Part of holotype still unpreparedScary-looking latex mold of specimen in drawerMUSEUM COLLECTION VISIT BINGO
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Plaster obscures important anatomyFossils available when you schedule your visit, suddenly unavailable when you arrive
Radioactive fossilIn display case and inaccessibleLocality data covers a three-state areaIn display case and inaccessible until they find out who your graduate advisor wasSpecimen inaccessible because forklift has broken down
Overprepped fossilGel capsule congealed around microfossilFossil repaired with Elmer's glueTray of paratypesFossil in curator's office