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Saturday, 10 March 2018

Dinosaurs and Dragons


Meet Edmontosaurus the dinosaur exhibit at the Ulster Museum but originally found in a quarry in South Dakota.


Above the lobby two woven willow mythical dragons are poised for a fight, based on the Game of Thrones.


Linking with Eileen for Saturday's Critters HERE

Happy Saturday!

25 comments:

  1. Hello, what a great exhibit. I like the mythical dragons. Thank you so much for linking up your post. Thanks also for your comment. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

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  2. ...my grandkids would love this!

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  3. Fascinating how prehistoric fossil remains inspire people's imaginations in so many ways!

    best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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  4. Fantastic!
    Have a great weekend!

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  5. The willow mythical dragons look real. Great exhibit!

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  6. I'm guessing that this is a popular exhibit!

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  7. Great idea to mix history with fantasy!

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  8. Hi Christine.

    Nice the skeletons.
    Nice to see how they looked like before.

    Greeting from Patrica.

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  9. Imagine them be alive today and live in the wild. A scary thought ;)

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  10. Hello Christine!:) What a fascinating exhibition. The willow Mythical Dragons look real, and the preserved Dinosaurs are a historical glimpse into the past. Kudos to the Ulster Museum for showing both.

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  11. It makes me sad when I see people who don't believe in dragons. Sigh.

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  12. Ohhhhh those dragons!!!!!!

    If I was able to enter there, they would probably have to carry me out the door, at closing time. Oh I love them!!!

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  13. Very cool exhibit, I would enjoy it.

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  14. Great display of the dinosaur skeleton and woven dragons! Thanks for sharing

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  15. Those two flying dragons are amazing!!! Something I have never seen, of course. The Edmontosaurus has a curved bask, just like me. So of course I love him. How on earth did he get from South Dakota to there?

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  16. Hello, beasties!

    I imagine Edmontosaurus was first named upon discovery for the Canadian city.

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  17. Love the dinosaur but those dragons are very cool - I think because of the wonderful wings they have!

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  18. Neat pics of the dinosaurs and dragons!

    Happy Weekend to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  19. Nice exhibition. It would be scary to see such huge animals roaming the earth now.

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  20. Very cool exhibit! I like the dragons hanging- would be neat to see. We have a ark near here with a dragon footprint exhibted, and more (bones I think) at the courthouse. But when you put things like that out in the weather, the rain acid washes the relics away. I wish they would have put them indoors somewhere.

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  21. Those dragons are very cool!

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  22. Magic. I have a grandson who would love to see this display in person...

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