LabBook October 18, 2013

UChicago paleontologist Paul Sereno unveils Dawn, a rare museum-quality replica of the herrerasaurus ischigualastensis he discovered in Argentina in 1988.  This species was among the first to walk the planet more than 230 million years ago, and will now stalk the lobby in Comer Children's Hospital.

UChicago paleontologist Paul Sereno unveils Dawn, a rare museum-quality replica of the herrerasaurus ischigualastensis he discovered in Argentina in 1988. This species was among the first to walk the planet more than 230 million years ago, and will now stalk the halls of Comer Children’s Hospital.

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