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For the next round of this challenge, I'd like you to look at this Museum Replica of a Masosaur ($7,500). It was built in the 1970s in the US and dequisitioned from San Francisco's Academy of Science. It's the identical model of a masosaur in New York's Natural History Museum, and both are cast from the only intact skeleton ever found. How could you fit this six-foot-long statue into your home? Would you hang it? Would you gift it to your favorite paleontologist? Where would it work best? Tell me by commenting below!

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radarkitty radarkitty 7 years
My almost 5 year old son would love to have this in his room, but I think it would give me nightmares! I would most likely donate/gift it.
BeautiJunki BeautiJunki 7 years
tjamdi had my same thought, it would look great and a bit shocking!
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
This is insane.
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
This is insane.
lukal lukal 7 years
I hardly think this would be compatible with my home. I would probably donate it to the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences. Then they'd let me check out the museum anytime I felt like it.
plus_2_kid plus_2_kid 7 years
I agree with piesecki - hang it outside in a tree and put a string of white xmas lights along the underside of its spine and it would be the most wicked outdoor light. I'd hang it over our gas grill. I would _love_ to have this as part of my home.
plus_2_kid plus_2_kid 7 years
I agree with piesecki - hang it outside in a tree and put a string of white xmas lights along the underside of its spine and it would be the most wicked outdoor light. I'd hang it over our gas grill.I would _love_ to have this as part of my home.
hippiecowgirl hippiecowgirl 7 years
I don't think I could sleep with this in my home. I'd donate it to a local museum.
caryatid caryatid 7 years
i would hang it so it would be the first thing guests would see upon opening the front door to our apartment... hmm, maybe rig it so it would swing towards them?? what's the point of having something awesome if you can't hang fun with it!
caryatid caryatid 7 years
i would hang it so it would be the first thing guests would see upon opening the front door to our apartment... hmm, maybe rig it so it would swing towards them??what's the point of having something awesome if you can't hang fun with it!
piesecki piesecki 7 years
I think it would look amazing hanging between two trees in a garden moving with the wind!
RosaDilia RosaDilia 7 years
I would have a custom made shadowbox and place it in a home library.
beingtazim beingtazim 7 years
wouldn't this be amazing in an entrance if you had a slightly higher than usual ceiling or a 2-storey entrance? it would feel like you were in a museum!
chriseli chriseli 7 years
If I had a son, I would outfit his room to look pre-historic. Then hang the masosaur from the ceiling as the central focal point.
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