Our Resident Palaeontologists Jamie Jordan and Sarah Moore discovered a very important skeleton of a Iguanodontoidia Family Iguanodon. This specimen was discovered in February 2017. As the specimen is being prepared by Volunteers in the Fossils Galore Museum Preparation Laboratory.
Pop along to and see the work taking place on this specimen: Fossils Galore, 60 High Street, March, PE15 9LD
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Photo of one of the first bones discovered
A group photo of our team and the new discovery
Heavy excavation to remove upper layers above the dinosaur
Preparing the dinosaur blocks ready for transport
Dinosaur ready for transport
Close up of completed pallet
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