Sit back in your armchair at the headquarters of the Royal Geological Society of London with a cup of Earl Gray tea, its citrus and berry zest perking you up to listen to the most exciting discovery you've ever heard of...
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According to legend, the first Iguanodon fossils were found in 1822 by a British woman named Mary Ann Mantell while walking through the woods. The animal was one of the first dinosaurs to be recognized as such, and its famous thumb spike was originally thought to be a snout horn.
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Iguanodon bernissartensis has hooked up with Maiasaura peeblesorum.
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