Museum workers able to digitally recreate Stegosaurus to find its mass

(—A team of workers at Britain’s Natural History Museum in London has used 3D scans of the bones of “Sophie” the most complete Stegosaurus skeleton ever found, to calculate the dinosaur’s body mass at death. In their paper published in the journal Biology Letters, the team describes how they calculated the dinosaur’s body mass two different ways and came up with nearly the same result, suggesting their calculations are likely accurate. —> Read More Here


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