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The museum is filled with tons (literally) of Lufengosaurus specimens. Labelled varyingly as L. huenei, L. magnus, and L sp. These all probably represent different onotgenetic stages of L. huenei.

 

 

CIMG0770 L1

A semi-exploded Lufengosaurus skull.

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CIMG0878 L4

Smallish specimen of Lufengosaurus huenei

 

 

CIMG0881 L5

A mid-size Lufengosaurus displayed next to a curiously posed Sinosaurus triassicus

CIMG0882 L6

 

 

CIMG0896 L7

 

 

CIMG0902 L8a

As awesome as this huge mount looks, I noticed that the hips  had to be seriously dislocated to get it into this position.

As a result of my trip to this  museum my mental image of Lufengosaurus has been emended from “smallish”  to “huge-ish.” Some of these things were massive