American dinosaur abroad : a cultural history of Carnegie's plaster Diplodocus /
In early July 1899, an excavation team of paleontologists sponsored by Andrew Carnegie discovered the fossil remains in Wyoming of what was then the longest and largest dinosaur on record. Named after its benefactor, the Diplodocus carnegii--or Dippy, as it's known today--was shipped to Pittsbu...
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|Published:||Pittsburgh, Pa. : University of Pittsburgh Press, |