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Crystal Palace Dinosaur Sculptures

I'm sending this for a second time, as I'm not sure the first attempt was 

This should be of concern to everyone interested in dinosaurs. These are the 
original Victorian-era dinosaur sculptures (Waterhouse Hawkins), which you've 
seen in just about every popular book on dinosaurs ... and they are now in 
'desperate need of repair' (sic). Take a look at the CP Dinosaurs website.

> From: The Natural Science Collections Association discussion list 
> [mailto:NATSCA@JISCMAIL.AC.UK]On Behalf Of Carnall, Mark
> Sent: 16 June 2015 10:50

> Subject: [NATSCA] Crystal Palace Dinosaurs- Help Needed 

Dear All, apologies for cross posting 

On behalf of the Friends of Crystal Palace Dinosaurs, this is a request for 
help. I’m sure that many of you will have heard of the iconic Crystal Palace 
Dinosaurs (and other prehistoric creatures) created and installed at Crystal 
Palace Park, South London and hopefully you will have visited them too.   
Unfortunately, the sculptures which are free to visit and enjoy, are in 
desperate need of repair and the Friends of Crystal Palace Dinosaurs are 
looking to raise awareness and funds to repair, consolidate, maintain and 
celebrate these sculptures. If you have visited the dinosaurs, we’ve got a 
short survey (5-10 minutes) for information gathering about awareness and 
knowledge of the sculptures and the threats to them and we’d be very grateful 
if you could take the time to fill It out. If you haven’t visited the park, 
they are well worth a visit! 

For further information about the dinosaurs and the work of the Friends of 
Crystal Palace Dinosaurs here’s our website


and you can follow us on Facebook too


If you have any further questions about the sculptures or the Friends and their 
work then please do contact me off list.

Kind regards 

Mark Carnall

Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy UCL Public and Cultural 
Rockefeller Building
> University College London
> 21 University Street
> London
> WC1E 6JJ Tel: (+44) 020 3108 2052 (or 52052 from within UCL)
> Email: mark.carnall@ucl.ac.uk