Wednesday, April 14, 2010

A Few Last Moves

In most museums, rehabing exhibits and facilities requires moving exhibits and collections from one part of a building to another. The building projects at Dinosaur National Monument required collections to be moved over a road to other storage facilities. Here are photos of the last two specimens packed and moved, a sauropod femur and a spectacular skull of Allosaurus fragilis. With the exception of the bones in-situ on the quarry face, all of the collections at Dinosaur do remain accessible to researchers through out the period of construction

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