Denver museum's saber-tooth cat updated with new roars
May 31, 2019
DENVER (AP) — If you've been to the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, you've probably heard the mighty roar of its saber-toothed cat.
It's worked the same way for more than four decades: Grab some spare change, reach past its steak-knife-sized fangs and drop the coins down its throat. The cat, situated near a corner of the museum lobby, repays donations with a single, iconic roar that fills the museum's main entrance.
It now has a larger repertoire.
Jodi Schoemer, director of exhibits and digital media for the museum, affectionately calls the cat Saber. She said it's long been one of h...