File:Horn of Iguanodon.jpg
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The original thumb spike referred to as the 'Horn of the Iguanodon' by Gideon Mantell.
Oriignal caption by Owen: Ungual phalanges of modified shape, probably from the extreme toe, outer or inner, of the hind foot of the Iguanodon.
Figs. 1 and 2, are of the specimen called 'Horn of the Iguanodon', in the Works and Catalogue of Dr. Mantell. From the Wealden, Sussex. In the British Museum
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|File change date and time||00:36, 26 December 2011|
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|Date and time of digitizing||04:15, 13 December 2007|
|Date metadata was last modified||01:36, 26 December 2011|
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