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  • Bryan Guerrero

    Henry Fairfield Osborn with the forelegs of various dinosaurs. 1899. From the AMNH archives.

  • Linsey Kinsey-Lindh

    1899 / Henry Fairfield Osborn with fore and hind limbs of carnivorous and herbivorous dinosaurs from Wyoming

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