Diplodocus (Marsh)

Its Osteology, Taxonomy, and Probable Habits, with a Restoration of the Skeleton. Memoirs of the Carnegie Museum, Volume 1, Number 1, 1901.
by J.B. Hatcher

Since 1995
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Courtesy the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The original diplodocus papers!

Most people don't know that Pittsburgh has one of the largest collections of dinosaurs, including Diplodocus, Triceratops Skull, Tyranosaurus Rex and many many more! See the museum.

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  • Bob Thibadeau
  • Bob Thibadeau
    "Full Skeleton Plate is Page 80"

  • Charles M Acklin
    "Wow! I grew up in the museum As a graduate student my father suggested that the tail was too short. Reading about the dinosaur what meaningful to me. I found a plate of the skeleton in an old zoology text. That one was framed and is on my office wall. I've even been able to get a behind the barrier look at the display. Thank you for what you have accomplished. Is is possible to buy a copy of the Full Skeleton Plate 13 and the plate of the skull? CA, Park City Utah. cma@gameofwork.com"

  • Kristine
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  • starz_83_200@yahoocom
    "Do you with-hold a book of the name Great Pictures Discribed By Great Writers,Copywright 1899"

  • Ruben Guzman
    "Thank you guys for making this hard-to-find paper available to paleontologists around the world!"
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