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March 23, 2016

The skeletons are posed in the mounting room of Research Casting International (RCI). This set-up is how millions of visitors will find them in Washington, D.C., at one of the most visited museums on Earth. – the Smithsonian.

Take a lingering look: This is the last time you will see these dinosaurs in one piece until their Washington debut. Sometime soon, these mounts will be disassembled to make room for another batch of dinosaurs needing the touch of RCI craftsmen…..

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