Royal Ontario Museum Unveils Huge Dinosaur

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From Dinosaurs and the Bible:

If you’re living in or is near the Ontario area, go pay a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum to get a load of the unveiling of a huge dinosaur mount that was previously hidden in the museum storage and forgotten for 40 years until it was rediscovered last year by Dr. David Evans, one of the curators of the museum. A large Barosaurus skeleton nicknamed “Gordo” is going to be on display at the museum as part of the museum’s renovated galleries of dinosaurs.[source]

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