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January 29, 2015
Visiting school children stream past, as others sit under "Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised...
London, United Kingdom
Visiting school children stream past, as others sit under "Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised...
Visiting school children stream past, as others sit under "Dippy", the moulded resin replica of a fossilised Diplodocus in the main hall of the Natural History Museum in London January 29, 2015. One of Britain's most-loved museum exhibits, the skeleton-cast of Dippy the Diplodocus dinosaur at the Natural History Museum in London, is to be replaced, much to the distress of its many fans. The museum announced on Thursday that Dippy, who has graced its cathedral-like central hall for 35 years, will make way for the bones of a blue whale that has been hanging in a different hall since 1938. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL)
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