An artist and university researcher are building a life-size replica of a dinosaur that used to roam Bristol.
Remains of the Thecodonosaurus were found in a quarry near the city forty years ago.
Now the men are building a two-metre polystyrene amd clay model at the M-Shed museum. Viegas Pedro from Bristol University explains.
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