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Re: [Fwd: Stolen dinosaur head]
With full appreciation of the humor, the original "wrong-headed" bronto
wzs in the AMNH. The head was finally switched (see the Gertie the
Dinosaur article at DIG).
It's possible that the Sinclair dinosaur (which I've never seen) copied
that wrong version, but probably it did, in fact, have the corret head.
Bill Adlam wrote:
> George forwarded:
> > from the CNN website:
> > BERKELEY TOWNSHIP, N.J. (AP) What an eon for Ruggles the dinosaur:
> > First, his species became extinct. Then he got hit by cars. Now he's
> > lost his head.
> > And there's a $100 reward out for its return. Originally a mascot for
> > Sinclair Oil, the 10-foot-tall concrete Brontosaurus has stood watch
> > for decades outside a home decor store. The prehistoric sentinel
> > also is a landmark.
> Didn't this one have the wrong head in the first place?
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