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Crystal Palace's dinosaurs saved from extinction
For more than 150 years, they have stood as a symbol of the beginning of the world's obsession with dinosaurs and were considered the first attempt to recreate what the prehistoric creatures looked like. Now after a £4m restoration, the concrete and brick dinosaur sculptures at Crystal Palace Park have joined Buckingham Palace and the Royal Albert Hall as Grade I listed structures.
I used to see these quite a lot as a child when I visited Crystal Palace to go fishing. They were in a bit of a sorry state back then so it's nice to see them restored and preserved.