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London Goes Back to the Age of the Dinosaur

Hot on the heels of the American Museum of Natural History's new "World's Largest Dinosaurs" exhibit, London's Natural History Museum has just launched its own dinosaur spectacular

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Hot on the heels of the American Museum of Natural History’s new “World’s Largest Dinosaurs” exhibit, London’s Natural History Museum has just launched its own dinosaur spectacular. They call it “Age of the Dinosaur.” A mash-up of fossils and animatronic dinosaurs, the exhibit is meant to showcase dinosaurs as living animals, and seems to be an updated version of similar exhibits that have toured over the years. I doubt that I’ll be able to visit the exhibit anytime soon, but if you have seen it please tell us what you thought in the comments!

About Brian Switek
Brian Switek

Brian Switek is a freelance science writer specializing in evolution, paleontology, and natural history. He writes regularly for National Geographic's Phenomena blog as Laelaps.

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