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The Dinosaur Homepage

displays featured bones from the Museum's large collection. Each photograph may be enlarged and comes with a text. The bones can be viewed by dinosaur type and by time period. The site also offers a geologic timeline, an anatomy lesson, and a discussion of misconceptions about dinosaurs (National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution)

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This skeleton measures 17 feet from nose to tip of tail. It is the world's first Triceratops skeleton ever mounted.

Triceratops horridus


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