Diplodocus carnegii (NHMW-Geo 1909/0004/0003)3D Model
3D scan of a skeleton cast of the Diplodocus carnegii. These dinosaurs roamed North America 150 million years ago, during the Morrison formation in the Jurassic.
This cast was gifted to Emperor Franz Joseph I in 1909 from the American tycoon Mr. Andrew Carnegie. The original skeleton of “Dippy” is mounted in the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburg, PA, USA.
The Diplodocus skeleton is the biggest exhibit at the NHM Vienna and Number 29 of the NHM Top 100. It can be found in Hall 10.
Specimen: Diplodocus carnegii Hatcher, 1901
Inventory number: NHMW-Geo 1909/0004/0003
Origin: Sheep Creek, Wyoming, USA
Collection: Natural History Museum Vienna, Geology & Paleontology Dept., Vertebrate Coll. (curator: Ursula Göhlich)
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Scanned by Robin Koger, Manuel Preslmayr, Rayyan Salem Ahmed, Viola Winkler & Anna Haider (NHM Wien)
Edited by Anna Haider (NHMW)
Scanner: Artec Leo. Infrastructure funded by the FFG.
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