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This was possibly the most impressive museum I’ve ever been to.  I thought I would only be there 15 minutes tops...until you find all of the specimens that are waiting for you inside. 2 hours fly by in a blink of an eye...awesome experience. 

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Masp

 It may seem like a lot but there are so many other things to see... in terms of quantity and quality 10/10. Please make the visit :dinothumb::bone:

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Troodon

Very nice thanks for posting.  Are most of the Dinosaur related items from the Iberian peninsula

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Masp

@Troodon thank you! I would say 90% of them are. 

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Darktooth

Awesome items on display! Thanks for sharing this with us!

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Fruitbat

Another very nice museum!  Portugal is sounding better and better all the time!

 

-Joe

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ricardo
On 13/05/2018 at 12:14 AM, Masp said:

@Troodon thank you! I would say 90% of them are. 

All those Dinosaur fossils are from portuguese litoral region (specially from Lourinhã Fm) and all mammal and croc fossils from Lisbon Miocene (most outcrops under concrete and asphalt now).

Regards
 

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Wrangellian

Bones bones bones! (and one big ammonite!)

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Masp

My thoughts exactly :hearty-laugh:

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LordTrilobite

Am I right in saying that croc skull looks very much like Elosuchus? I wasn't aware of such a complete specimen.

 

 

Great photos too! Thanks for posting.

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Masp

Anyime! Glad you guys like them. Agreed! Looks similar to Elosuchus, unfortunately I don’t remember exactly, but almost positive it’s something more recent, post dinosaur era. 

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Wrangellian
10 hours ago, Masp said:

My thoughts exactly :hearty-laugh:

Were there no inverts on display other than that ammonite - all tucked away in drawers?

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Masp

@Wrangellian there were many, it’s just that  there was so much material in general I didn’t know what to post..so much nice stuff. 

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