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

Reason: Four too many tail-spikes, dragging tail, paired plates.
You may ask further questions about the accuracy of this image at the image review page of WikiProject Dinosaurs on the English Wikipedia. Note that this image may be appropriate to illustrate obsolete paleontological views.




Date 1912
Author Charles R. Knight


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