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Dinosaurs in the Museum

Once the blocks of bones are brought to the museum, somebody carefully chips away the rock and plaster.

After they have been taken out of the plaster and rock, the bones are covered in a protective coating. A mold is made of each bone and fiberglass reproductions are made. These reproductions are what the paleontologist fits together like a puzzle and exhibits in the museum.

Congratulations! You're a great amateur paleontologist, Rodolfo would be proud!

Make a Skeleton from Scratch

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