ABC had Ned Potter (subscription required) file a second, less gruesome, museum-based feature. Advances in paleontology have exposed the traditional postures of museum dinosaurs as "mostly wrong." They did not drag their tails along the ground as they ran, for example, and the bones of the vertebra have too much air between them. Potter visited a workshop where Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum is reconfiguring its dinosaur skeletons. With new discoveries being made all the time, Potter reckoned that "decades from now" the dinosaur bones will have to be re-reassembled.
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