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Throwback Thursday: The Very Giant Glycodont

In this week's extract from my former Facebook archives, my daughter and I stopped by the Harvard Museum of Natural History to view the bones. She was three. I am still astonished by how huge the glycodont was. 
A three year old completely dwarfed by the skeleton of a glycodont.
(Facebook post: Shala Howell. Edited to hide other people’s data)

If you are in Boston, it’s worth making time to view Harvard’s fossil collection. It’s not bright and airy like other museums can be, but they have some bones there we haven’t seen anywhere else. Of course, it’s been 9 years since we visited, so maybe they’ve spruced the place up.

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