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Hi All! -
Does anyone happen to know of any Victorian-era skeletal
reconstructions and/or life restorations of _Scelidosaurus_? The only
ones I've been able to find are Marsh's 1896 one in _Dinosaurs of North
America_ and an 1893 "squatter"
(http://www.flickr.com/photos/bibliodyssey/3738941080/sizes/o/). I know
of many post-Victorian era pictures, but none from anywhere near the
time that Owen described the beast. Google image search has been
helpful, but I'm curious about anything more obscure that it isn't
turning up... Thanks for any pointers you might have!
Jerry D. Harris
Director of Paleontology
Dixie State College
225 South 700 East
St. George, UT 84770 USA
Phone: (435) 652-7758
Fax: (435) 656-4022
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