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Vandals trash tail of science center dino

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ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Vandals have damaged a 57-foot-long model dinosaur stationed outside the St. Louis Science Center to promote a special exhibition. The science center says the dino's tail frame was broken and the skin damaged. By Bryce Moore ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Vandals have damaged a 57-foot-long model dinosaur stationed outside the St. Louis Science Center to promote a special exhibition. The science center says the dino's tail frame was broken and the skin damaged. By Bryce Moore
By Bryce Moore By Bryce Moore
By Bryce Moore By Bryce Moore
By Bryce Moore By Bryce Moore
By Bryce Moore By Bryce Moore

  St. Louis (AP) -- Vandals have damaged a 57-foot-long model dinosaur stationed outside the St. Louis Science Center to promote a special exhibition.
   The science center says the dino's tail frame was broken and the skin damaged.
   The Apatosaurus is part of the center's "Dinosaurs Unearthed" exhibition, which features animatronic models.
   A worker from the exhibition company was to replace part of the frame and patch the skin Wednesday. A fence will be placed around the dino, which was installed last month by crane.
   (Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press.  All Rights Reserved.)

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