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A sight for saur eyes

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A woman looks up at a replica skeleton of the 18-meter-long Lessemsaurus dinosaur during a preview for an exhibition at Roppongi Hills in Tokyo. The exhibition titled "The Dawn of the Dinosaurs," displaying fossils, replicas of the creatures and skeletons from the Triassic age, opens on Saturday and runs until Sept 26.

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for Orthopaedic practitioners !

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Cool. Something to take the kid to in Roppongi? Hell has frozen over.

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Surprised that they expect Japanese people to be interested in something that doesn't move, light up, speak, etc.

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What about this era?

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I should qualify that: "young people".

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Wish they could bring these beasts back to life...

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And to think they have found a maze of one type of dinosaurs in just one new part of Alberta. Mostly vegitable dinasaurs, but then fighters as well yet they seemed to move into this terrain yearly & so much is to be learned about their history & why such a big breed of them in such an area.

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There's a "back to life" show of dinos playing in Yokohama. It's from Oz and looks cool.

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so cute big dog:) why they dont exist any more? :(

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Chotto: Scientists will eventually. I recently read that research teams in several countries are getting very close and that it will happen soon.

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