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For nearly four decades, a giant replica, or copy, of a Diplodocus(dip-LOD-uh-kus) dinosaur skeleton has greeted visitors at the Natural History Museum in London. But in 2018, the museum’s star attraction will finally get a vacation. The dino, nicknamed Dippy, will leave the museum for the first time and visit different sites around the United Kingdom...
A Dinosaur Hits the Road
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