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London museum introduces whale skeleton

2017年 7月 15日 Saturday - 02:22

Farewell Dippy the dinosaur - London museum installs whale skeleton. Rough Cut - no reporter narration

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NATURAL ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) London's Natural History Museum has installed a four-and-a-half-tonne blue whale skeleton to tower over the heads of visitors, replacing the remains of a much-loved diplodocus known as Dippy. The whale's bones, which were bought in 1892 for 250 pounds, have been suspended mid-air with the head lowered and jaw gaping as if it is about to scoop up tourists. The 25-metre (82-foot) long skeleton will greet people as they enter the building's Hintze Hall from Friday - a new display highlighting the institution's conservation work. Dippy - or more accurately a cast of the dinosaur's bones - is now due to embark of a tour of museums around Britain.

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London museum introduces whale skeleton

2017年 7月 15日 Saturday - 02:22