The new life-size cast of a Triceratops skull is unveiled at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C. The skull was created in the solid imaging lab of Shared Replicators, in cooperation with Tulsa Technology Center and Smithsonian scientists and technicians, when signs of deterioration of the original Triceratops skeleton were detected. The new technology used to replicate the skull also allows scientists to mold the skeletons into dramatic poses.


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