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Dinosaur Sighting: Sauropod in the Hedgerow

Today's Dinosaur Sighting comes to us from science blogger Mo Hassan ("The Disillusioned Taxonomist"). Mo spotted this topiary brachiosaur while visiting the Van Hage Animal Centre in Ware, Hertfordshire, England,  though it was nowhere near as large as some of the real brachiosaurs got millions of...

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A brachiosaur topiary. Photographed by Mo Hassan.


Today's Dinosaur Sighting comes to us from science blogger Mo Hassan (" The Disillusioned Taxonomist"). Mo spotted this topiary brachiosaur while visiting the Van Hage Animal Centre in Ware, Hertfordshire, England,  though it was nowhere near as large as some of the real brachiosaurs got millions of years ago.

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