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During our visit to Delta we stopped at the Dinosaur Museum at Thanksgiving Point in Utah (close to Provo).

Our professor (Forest Gahn) personally knew the overseer of the museum. I forget what the gentlemens name was,

but he was working on a fresh Sauropod exposure. He allowed us to select from a bucket of unidentified Sauropod

bones. This one doesn't seem to be a vertebrae but I can vouch that it came from a Sauropod.

From the album:


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  • Taken with SAMSUNG SCH-I605
  • Focal Length 3.7 mm
  • Exposure Time 1/40
  • f Aperture f/2.6
  • ISO Speed 80

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