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|Dippy, the nickname for the dinosaur "diplodocus carnegii", was installed in 1999 outside the Carnegie Museum. The fiberglass statue is 84 feet long and 24 feet tall. This fleshed-out replica of the 1907 model inside the museum's Dinosaur Hall is correctly posed with his tail in the air. [map]|
|Academy of Natural Sciences
|The Academy of Natural Sciences features this statue of two deinonychus ("terrible claw") dinosaurs outside their museum. The 10 foot tall bronze statue was created by Kent Ullberg and installed in 1987. [map]|
More Pennsylvania Dinosaurs:
Pittsburgh: 1, 2
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