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Re: Pachyrhinosaurus Canadian quarter reveals glowing skeleton in the dark
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I know what my family back in Winnipeg is going to get me for Christmas!
Speaking of Pachyrhinosaurs...does anyone out there know where I can find some
nice high res images of the life sized sculptures outside the Tyrell? I think
Brian Cooley did them?
On Apr 9, 2012, at 12:40 PM, Ben Creisler wrote:
> From: Ben Creisler
> A new Canadian quarter coin will feature a life image of
> Pachyrhinosaurus. Its glowing skeleton becomes visible in the dark.
> Three more designs of prehistoric animals are planned.
> The quarters are $29.95 Canadian each. (That's about what a regular
> book costs these days....)