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File:Mantell's Iguanodon restoration.jpg

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

Reason: Based on very fragmentary material, so is wrong in all respects, including the nose-horn which was actually a thumb-spike.
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Gideon Mantell's Iguanodon restoration.


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