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English: Iguanodon at Crystal Palace. Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins's Iguanodon statues.
Español: Esculturas de Waterhouse Hawkins en Crystal Palace.
Nederlands: De levensgrote betonnen beelden van Hawkins.
Português: Iguanodon no Palácio Cristal. Estátuas de Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins.
Русский: Статуи игуанодонов в саду Хрустального дворца в Лондоне, выполненные по рисункам Р.Оуэна (1850). Статуи игуанодонов в саду Хрустальнго дворца.
Date 7 June 2006, 22:12
Source don't chop the dinosaurs daddy!
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Author Jes from Melbourne, Australia


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