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File:Brontosaurus skeleton 1880s.jpg

Inaccurate paleoart.jpg Note: This historical image is not a factually accurate dinosaur restoration.

Reason: Head is based on material now assigned to Brachiosaurus sp. , splayed toes with too many claws.
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Description Illustration of a Brontosaurus skeleton by en:Othniel Charles Marsh (d. 1899). Head is based on material now assigned to Brachiosaurus sp. , the body is Apatosaurus excelsus. Marsh, O.C. (1896). "The dinosaurs of North America." Sixteenth Annual Report of the United States Geological Survey, pp. 133-244. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1896.
Date 1896
Author Othniel Charles Marsh
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