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Published on Nov 23, 2008
PHILADELPHIA (Hadrosaurus.com) -- One hundred and forty years after it became the world's first museum to display a mounted dinosaur skeleton, Philadelphia's Academy of Natural Sciences celebrated the historic event with a 2008-2009 exhibit. Called "Hadrosaurus foulkii, The Dinosaur That Changed The World," it featured a completely new skeleton mount of the famed fossil discovered in 1858 in a Haddonfield marl pit in Camden County, New Jersey. This video is a tour of that exhibit.