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Would You Decorate With a Dinosaur?

This week, a a 65-million-year-old triceratops skull sold for $242,000 at Bonhams' Natural History auction. According to the auction house, the bones may end up as home ornamentation, as a really big sculpture, or as a base for a coffee table. While I can't imagine finding the money or room (or desire) to place a dinosaur skull in my house, I'm sure there are some paleontologists out there who might love to bring their work home. If pressed to decorate with dinosaurs, though, I'd opt for Sayaka Yamamoto's soft sculptures.



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Sumhope Sumhope 7 years
Not a real dinosaur... no. But the mural on the way and the dinosaur foot would be great in a kids playroom!
J-Rabbit J-Rabbit 7 years
If I can afford a dinosaur, does that mean I can afford a mansion to put it in? If so, then yes. (It would be an awesome conversation piece.) But a dinosaur in my current 1200 sq ft condo? Um, no.
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