Factual error: Dexter the capuchin is in the African mammal display. Capuchins come from South America.
Night at the Museum (2006)
Ending / spoiler
Directed by: Shawn Levy
Starring: Ben Stiller, Carla Gugino, Ricky Gervais, Mickey Rooney, Dick Van Dyke
The museum animals/people come to life because of a gold Egyptian relic. Cecil, Gus and Reginald (Van Dyke, Rooney and Cobbs) plan to steal the relic because it makes them "come alive" (feel younger), and it will in the future help them move to a retirement home. Larry (Ben Stiller) unites the museum characters to track down the thieves. Atilla the Hun and Civil War soldiers capture Gus and Reginald. Cecil escapes in the stagecoach. Pharaoh Ahkmenrah and Nick ride the T-Rex, while Larry borrows Teddy Roosevelt's horse and together they chase, corner and capture Cecil in the city park. Pharaoh Ahkmenrah uses his authority with the relic to make all the animals return to their position in the museum. Larry is about to be fired for the huge mess at the museum, but is rehired when T-Rex tracks and other signs from the previous night's chase give the museum a lot of publicity.
Larry: This is so not worth $11.50 an hour.
Trivia: The film was originally intended to be directed by Stephen Sommers, who is best known for directing 1999's "The Mummy." Sommers left the project following creative differences with the studio. Sommers poked fun at the film years later in a commentary track in 2018, noting that he saw a movie once where a character was constantly and annoying using a flashlight even though it was bright enough he wouldn't need one. Sommers wouldn't name the film, but slyly said "it took place at night in a museum."
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Answer: It's nowhere. The museum chose to portray Sacajawea without a baby in their exhibit.