Say goodbye to Dippy with special Jurassic Park screening at the Natural History Museum

Say goodbye to Dippy with special Jurassic Park screening at the Natural History Museum
 

Just when you thought 2016 couldn’t get any worse, we’re now being forced to say a final farewell to Dippy the Diplodocus, who’s stood in the main hall of the Natural History Museum to greet visitors since 1979.
The plaster dinosaur was presented to the museum (arriving in London in 36 packing cases) in 1905.
Apparently, he’s no longer relevant to what’s happening in the natural world today. Well, no, he’s a dinosaur.
He’s being replaced by a 83ft-long real skeleton of a blue whale. We still haven’t really come to terms with it, to be honest.
Anyway, whether we like it or not, Dippy leaves... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Lifestyle, Views: 32
Source: Metro
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