Monthly Archives: February 2015

The Diplo of Brito

Following Mike’s amazing post, I say that the Natural History Museum of Britain should have both the iconic Diplodocus and a blue whale, to represent the issue of extinction. However, even more awesome would be if they also had a dodo … Continue reading

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Awesomely Accurate II – Diplodocidae

My second in a series of posts comes to rest on the most recognizable family of sauropods, where the genus “Brontosaurus” came to rest. Many specimens of diplodocids are known, with only a few including skulls. Accuracy points for diplodocids: … Continue reading

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