Behind the Scenes Video Shows How American Museum of Natural History Mounted the Massive Titanosaur

Earlier this year, the American Museum of Natural History added a massive fossil to its prehistoric collection: a 122-foot long Titanosaur.

Watch step-by-step as experts create the cast of The Titanosaur, the new dinosaur at the American Museum of Natural History. From the excavation of giant, fossilized bones in the Patagonia desert, to 3D scanning the fossils and mounting fiberglass replicas of the bones, see how a team of paleontologists and preparators brought this amazing animal to the Museum.

Check out the museum’s exhibit page to learn more about this incredible fossil.

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