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Re: Mounted sauropod skeletons in Britain



Probably doesn't count, but Dinosaur Isle has a cast (with some real bones) of 
the Barnes High sauropod mounted on a wall in "death position"...

Simon M. Clabby
DinoWight - The Dinosaurs of the Isle of Wight

--- On Wed, 13/5/09, Mike Taylor <mike@indexdata.com> wrote:

> From: Mike Taylor <mike@indexdata.com>
> Subject: Mounted sauropod skeletons in Britain
> To: dinosaur@usc.edu
> Date: Wednesday, 13 May, 2009, 2:39 PM
> 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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