Dippy

It’s diplodocus in the Museum of Natural Science in Madrid, has his centennial birthday on December 1st. The madrilenian Dippy is a copy of the diplodocus of the same name in the Museum of Natural History of London, which is a reproduction of a Diplodocus carnegii skeleton found in Wyoming in 1899.

The overall shape and the use of minifig hands for the tail are what I like the most from this dino skeleton made by Víctor M. Nouvilas (| MolochBaal ⟩), so awesome!

Dippy
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