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You know what we need more of? Metal plated water-spouting dinosaurs.

You know what we need more of? Metal plated water-spouting dinosaurs. http://gss.st/2CX #streetview

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Friday, 17th February 2012

Proof that dinosaurs are alive and well in Germany. #googlemaps

Proof that dinosaurs are alive and well in Germany. http://gss.st/2qz #googlemaps

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Friday, 28th January 2011

Dinosaurs alive and well, living in Coolaney, Sligo! #streetview via @NoelBallantyne

Dinosaurs alive and well, living in Coolaney, Sligo! http://gss.st/2lp #streetview via @NoelBallantyne

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Wednesday, 3rd November 2010

Small Alberta town (Drumheller) terrorised by world’s largest dinosaur #streetview via Ian

Small Alberta town (Drumheller) terrorised by world’s largest dinosaur http://gss.st/wX #streetview via Ian

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Thursday, 11th February 2010

Welcome to… Jurassic Park! Where’s the dinosaurs then?

Welcome to… Jurassic Park! http://gss.st/fw Where’s the dinosaurs then? #streetview

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Friday, 16th October 2009

In Switzerland, a dinosaur is surprised to find it has a tail

In Switzerland, a dinosaur is surprised to find it has a tail http://gss.st/bJ #streetview

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Thursday, 3rd September 2009

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