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|Description||Troodon teeth (Troodon formosus) in the permanent collection of The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis|
|Object history||“These teeth come from a dinosaur known as Troodon that lived during the Late Cretaceous Period (65 million years ago.). Paleontologists think that Troodon was a swift dinosaur, with sickle shaped claws, serrated teeth and a great deal of intelligence – making it a formidable carnivore for its size. (It was about 3 feet tall.) These shed teeth were found among the bones of several duckbill dinosaurs in the badlands of South Dakota.” The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, IMCPL Digital Collections|
|References||Artifact description: Artifacts at the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Indianapolis Marion County Public Library, IMCPL Digital Collections|
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|Camera model||Canon EOS-1D|
|Copyright holder||Photo by Debbie Winchester|
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|ISO speed rating||200|
|Date and time of data generation||4:11:12|
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|File change date and time||14:37, 28 February 2004|
|Date and time of digitizing||4:11:12|
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