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Dinosaur Sighting: Quebecois Theropod

While on her way to the Festival d'été de Québec in Canada, my old friend Ashley Rosenfeld happened upon a row of shoddy-looking dinosaur sculptures. With missing arms or with necks snapped backwards, many of these dinosaurs have seen better days—the theropod in this photo was one of the few that...

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Dilapidated dinosaurs in Quebec. Photo by Ashley Rosenfeld.

While on her way to the Festival d'été de Québec in Canada, my old friend Ashley Rosenfeld happened upon a row of shoddy-looking dinosaur sculptures. With missing arms or with necks snapped backwards, many of these dinosaurs have seen better days—the theropod in this photo was one of the few that still looked halfway decent.

Have you stumbled across a dinosaur in an unexpected place? If you have, and have a photo of the encounter, send it to us via dinosaursightings@gmail.com!

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