-----Original Message-----As far as I know photography is allowed... at least nobody would stop me taking pictures for three hours.
From: Luis Rey [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Monday, July 22, 2002 1:37 AM
Cc: email@example.com; HPB@BDAL.DE
Subject: Re: Dino Birds UK
HPB1956@aol.com wrote:Luis Rey wrote on 07/17/2002:--
> It was a very special, emotional moment for me to be near (for the first time)
> to the little holotype Sinosauropteryx specimen.
I know this feeling too. In February of this year I saw little Sinosauropteryx at the Fuhlrot-Museum in Wuppertal/Germany. A moment to remember.
A question: is photographing allowed? I'm thinking about visiting London and this exhibition. And there's one thing I learned at the Fuhlrot-Museum with it's surely smaller exhibition of fossils of the Jehol Biota: make photographs because there's too much to see to remember everything afterwards.
Heinz Peter Bredow
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