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A cleaned-up Alice, a predator of Jurassic Age, returns to Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Posted October 28, 2011 in Articles

Author: Tonya Sams, Plain Dealer Reporter

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Alice, a 150 million-year-old puzzle with 248 pieces and hundreds of steel connecting brackets, arrived in Cleveland on Thursday. Alice is an allosaurus who, back in the day -- that is, the Jurassic period -- struck terror in her plant-eating prey. Her victims could not escape her strong claws and serrated teeth, each about 3 inches long. Her skeleton rose on a steel frame at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History on Thursday night. It took 10 people more than four hours to build Alice, who stands more than 7 feet tall and is 28 feet long from tail to jaw.

Original Article: http://blog.cleveland.com/metro/2011/10/a_cleaned-up_alice_a_predator.html

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