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Gigantic dinosaur finally has a name of its own

He who must be named.
Research Casting International (RCI) installs the titanosaur cast in the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Orientation Center at the American Museum of Natural History.
Installing the Titanosaur at the Museum
putting together a giant

Installing the Titanosaur at the Museum

Research Casting International (RCI) installs the titanosaur cast in the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Orientation Center at the American Museum of Natural History.

©AMNH/D.Finnin

This morning, the on display in the American Museum of Natural History received an official scientific name—. The announcement accompanied the publication of a describing the titanosaur as the largest dinosaur yet discovered at over 120 feet

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