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This dentary fragment is from an Eolambia, a bipedal plant-eating dinosaur, found in the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada. It was 3D scanned at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum on January 9, 2017 using a NextEngine Desktop 3D scanner. This work was conducted by Dr. Bernard K. Means of the Virtual Curation Laboratory of Virginia Commonwealth University as part of a special project sponsored by the Smithsonian Affiliations office in Washington, D.C.