Triceratops dinosaur fossils, from the USA to Dutch museum


After the earlier video about this on this blog, these Dutch videos are about people from Naturalis museum in Leiden in the Netherlands going to the USA to fetch Triceratops dinosaur fossils.

This 15 July 2016 video is the most recent one of the series.

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