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RE: London's Natural History Museum 100 Years Of Diplodocus
Richard W. Travsky wrote:
The Natural History Museum in London is celebrating 100 years since the
arrival of its much-prized Diplodocus dinosaur. The skeleton is not the
real thing, but a cast from three skeletons found in Wyoming, USA.
A word of caution: the vertebrae being cleaned in slide number seven are in
fact _Baryonyx_ vertebrae casts being released from their moulds IIRC. The
caption "its research spans more than 50 million years of life on earth" is
an understatement by one order of magnitude.
Nitpicking I know ;-)
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