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April 10, 2010 in Washington Voices
MIKE BRODWATER Special to photo

Paleontologists have teamed up with artists to create life-size dinosaurs. The reproductions show just how large some of these prehistoric animals were. Special to

Some of the flying animals suspended from the ceiling at the museum were large with many scary-looking teeth.

This skull with two horns belongs to a torosaurus. Although ferocious-looking, it lived 70 million years ago and was a plant eater. The animal was 25 feet long and weighed 4 tons.