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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]|
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