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This fossilized skull belongs to the Iguanodon, a genus of dinosaur that lived around early Cretaceous. The name means ‘iguana tooth’, and was the first recognised dinosaur, second dinosaur type to be formally named, and one of the original three used to define the Dinosauria classification. Alt+Shift+LMB to change lighting.
You can find this fossil and many more inside the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, which reopens to the public on 22 September 2020. Tickets must be booked in advance, and they’re free of charge. You can also support the museum work through donations.
Photogrammetric reconstruction based on a January 2019 dataset of 191x12MP photos. Quad retopology. 5M > 45k vertex decimation. 4k PBR textures. The animation aims to demonstrate the advantages of 3D scanning as a nondestructive tool to preserve, isolate, and rebuild museum exhibits.