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The Tully Plushie


TheRocksWillShoutHisGlory

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TheRocksWillShoutHisGlory

While on a field trip to the Field Museum in Chicago I spotted this, and just couldn't pass up the opportunity to give my son a stuffed animal of an animal which I have an actual fossil of.  Behold, the Tully Plushie.

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Trying to recreate my Tully fossil.  But I oriented the eye bar the wrong way.5e28be353b821_tullyplush.jpg.4c7ce581fe183cd0bc04a2f25c9c3c76.jpg

 

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2 minutes ago, Carboniferouspat said:

Like the plushie . Love the fossil. Is it yours?

Yep fossil's mine

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Well when he first got it he smiled and said "dinosaur"  (he's one and a half) 

 

I'm taking that as he's in the it's a vertebtate camp ;)

38 minutes ago, Randyw said:

Cool! I’ll bet he was excited to get his own Tully!

 

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Buying a plushie may be the only way I ever get a Tully. ;)

 

The Field Museum has always been my favorite. I visited a couple times a month with my grandfather when I was a kid. There was a time when I knew every exhibit and read every display. I could tell when anything changed in the entire museum and probably knew it better than the curators. :)

 

 

Cheers.

 

-Ken

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