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Update on ‘Indie’ the Iguanodon

September 12, 2017

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Steady progress has been made on ‘Indie’ the Iguanodon as the bones start to appear from the clay. Fossils Galore have been painstakingly working away in their purpose-built observation work room at their museum and activity centre located in March, Cambridgeshire.

Steady progress has been made on ‘Indie’ the Iguanodon as the bones start to appear from the clay. Fossils Galore have been painstakingly working away in their purpose-built observation work room at their museum and activity centre located in March, Cambridgeshire.

Using just the CP9361 industrial scribe supplied by sponsor Chicago Pneumatic, they have now identified a metatarsal, phalange and two unknown bones along with an ankle bone.

Jamie Jordan and Sarah Moore were delighted to update Chicago Pneumatic at this early stage of the 3 to 5-year project of bringing ‘Indie’ from the past to the future!

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