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Mounted sauropod skeletons in Britain



We all know about the mounted skeleton of Diplodocus that is the main
gallery's centerpiece at the Natural History Museum in London -- one
of the eight casts of the Carnegie specimen CM 84/94.  Also in the NHM
is a Camarasaurus mount.  Up at the Leicester City Musuem, there is a
mounted skeleton of Cetiosaurus oxoniensis, consisting largely of real
material.

But apart from these three, are there any other mounted sauropod
skeletons in Britain?

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