diplodocus


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a huge quadrupedal herbivore with long neck and tail

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Around 60 participants dressed as animals "which could be extinct soon" and played dead next to Dippy, the famous replica Diplodocus skeleton currently on tour from London's Natural History Museum.
EXTINCTION FEARS Activists stage the "die-in" under Dippy the Diplodocus yesterday Pic Wattie Cheung
"Until May 6 visitors can also marvel at Dippy, the Natural History Museum's famous Diplodocus, at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
Also getting their first outing on network TV are Kung Fu Panda 3, The Good Dinosaur, about a diplodocus who helps to raise a boy, and Ant-Man, Marvel's tale of a superhero who can shrink people.
PALAEONTOLOGIST whose obsession with one of the world's most famous dinosaurs started as a sevenyear-old saw his childhood dreams become reality when Dippy the Diplodocus set foot his Belfast museum.
" Dippy is a plaster cast of the fossilised bones of a Diplodocus found by railroadChristopher, eight, a pupil at Botanic Primary school, views Dippy in the Ulster Museum
A PALAEONTOLOGIST, whose obsession with one of the world's most famous dinosaurs started as a sevenyear-old, saw his childhood dreams become reality when Dippy the Diplodocus set foot in his Belfast museum.
Dippy the Diplodocus, a 26-metre-long dinosaur skeleton cast, was famously on display in Hintze Hall of the Natural History Museum (NHM) in London from 1979 until January 2017.
The enormous plaster cast of a diplodocus, made up of 292 'bones', spent 40 years at the Natural History Museum in London.
Visitors are coming face to face with creatures like a 26m long Diplodocus and the notorious Tyrannosaurus Rex, while learning about every predator from over 200 million years ago.
It's a sauropod, and compared to others in this category (like a diplodocus) it's one of the smaller ones measuring in at around 10 metres tall.
Its later cousins brachiosaurus and diplodocus stretched to 130ft and weighed up to 80 tons.
A CHOCOLATE diplodocus has hatched from its egg at Cadbury World as the attraction's talented team of in-house chocolatiers celebrate the Birminghambased leg of 'Dippy on Tour.'.
Eight impressively informative titles debut a new series on dinosaurs for young readers from KidHaven Publishing showcase the Parasaurolophus (9781534523524); Spinosaurus (9781534523555); Stegosaurus (9781534523586); Velociraptor (9781534523609); Diplodocus (9781534521735); Pterodactyl (9781534521759); Triceratops (9781534521766); and Tyrannosaurus Rex (9781534521742).
Two dinosaur skeletons marketed as hip design objects-- one of a diplodocus, the other of an allosaurus -- sold for more than 1.4 million euros ($1.7 million) apiece at auction in Paris on Wednesday.