The Natural History welcomes its latest guest

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The Natural History welcomes its latest guest
4th December 2014

The Natural History Museum welcomes its newest resident today. 

At 560 centimetres long and 290 centimetres tall, the 150 million year old fossil is the world's most complete Stegosaurus ever found.
Named Sophie, it is the first complete dinosaur specimen to go on display at the museum in nearly 100 years and takes pride of place inside the Exhibition Road entrance on permanent display from 4th December 2014.
Reya El-Salahi reports.

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