Title: Skeleton ‘of a young Iguanodon’

Creator: Joseph Dinkel

Description: This image actually shows the remains of Hypsilophodon, a relatively small, agile dinosaur, but at the time this illustration was produced the specimen was thought to be an Iguanadon. It was found on the Isle of Wight.

This lithograph was presented to the Geographical Society in 1854 by James Scott Bowerbank, who owned the specimen.

Date: 1854

Format: Lithograph

Archive reference: LDGSL/631

Image reference: 03-07

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