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Dinosaurier Museum Altmühltal Duitsland


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Dinosaurier Museum Altmühltal
Leuk dino museum in Beieren, Duitsland, met als trekpleister het echte geraamte van een jonge tyrannosaurus en verder 2 replica geraamtes van Quetzalcoathus. Verder een mooie wandeling door de bossen waarbij je de prehistorische dieren volgens hun tijdlijn bezoekt. Echter is het aantal beelden vrij beperkt. De prijs was 19.5 euro per persoon.
 
Dinosaur Museum Altmühltal
Nice dinosaur museum in Bavaria, Germany, with the real skeleton of a young tyrannosaurus and 2 replica skeletons of Quetzalcoatus as an attraction. Furthermore, a beautiful walk through the woods where you visit the prehistoric animals according to their timeline.
However, the number of images is quite limited.
 
 

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it is a great park with fantastic fossils, we have been there last week and did a lot of pics, too

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  • Fossildude19 changed the title to Dinosaurier Museum Altmühltal Duitsland

But how do preparers know that there is a fossil at a great depth like some of them ? :zzzzscratchchin:

 

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OUTIL POUR MESURER VOS FOSSILES : ici

Ma bibliothèque PDF 1 (Poissons et sélaciens récents & fossiles) : ici
Ma bibliothèque PDF 2 (Animaux vivants - sans poissons ni sélaciens) : ici
Mâchoires sélaciennes récentes : ici
Hétérodontiques et sélaciens : ici
Oeufs sélaciens récents : ici
Otolithes de poissons récents ! ici

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2 hours ago, rocket said:

it is a great park with fantastic fossils, we have been there last week and did a lot of pics, too

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Wow! Those are some crazy specimens...! :o Really need to visit that museum someday!

 

7 minutes ago, Coco said:

But how do preparers know that there is a fossil at a great depth like some of them ? :zzzzscratchchin:

 

I think the fossils typically leave a bit of a depression or lump in the matrix, from which preparators can tell something is below it.

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'There's nothing like millions of years of really frustrating trial and error to give a species moral fibre and, in some cases, backbone' -- Terry Pratchett

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2 hours ago, Coco said:

But how do preparers know that there is a fossil at a great depth like some of them ? :zzzzscratchchin:

 

Coco

My thoughts on the lizard shown right after the little dinosaur:  The rock shows a glued crack near the end of the tail.  The collectors were able to see a cross sectioned bone and took a lot of rock home from around that bone piece and maybe ct scanned it or x-rayed it before prepping.  The second lizard shows no such crack, but it could be that it was very well glued to hide the crack of discovery.    

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2 hours ago, Coco said:

But how do preparers know that there is a fossil at a great depth like some of them ? :zzzzscratchchin:

 

Coco

The way you find the fossils in Daiting and Painten-Limestones is different. In Solnhofen or Eichstätt you often see a sink hole or a bump. The matrix is more dense. In Painten, Daiting and Moernsheim you only see the fossils when you split them, surface or cross-section. So, most of the smaller fossils could only be seen when you destroy the stone in a careful way

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2 hours ago, pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon said:

 

Wow! Those are some crazy specimens...! :o Really need to visit that museum someday!

 

go there, it is a fantastic museum (and they have a good restaurant there, too. Try the "Käsekuchen", yummi :rolleyes:

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1 hour ago, jpc said:

My thoughts on the lizard shown right after the little dinosaur:  The rock shows a glued crack near the end of the tail.  The collectors were able to see a cross sectioned bone and took a lot of rock home from around that bone piece and maybe ct scanned it or x-rayed it before prepping.  The second lizard shows no such crack, but it could be that it was very well glued to hide the crack of discovery.    

There is a small line behind the "shoulder", I would think there was a crack or a small sew cut.

If you are able to do it is possible to restore the Painten-slabs better than the Eichstaett or Solnhofen-slabs

If you have a lizard, it´s really worth to do a good prep. They are incredible rare and very very expensive...

 

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