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  • A replica Herrerasaurus which is part of the exhibit "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs," at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library. Herrerasaurus roamed the earth 228 million years ago and is 13-feet in length.

       A replica Herrerasaurus which is part of the exhibit "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs," at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library. Herrerasaurus roamed the earth 228 million years ago and is 13-feet in length.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • May Her, business sales manager with Project Exploration, and Leonel Vargis with the Arlington Heights Memorial Library unpack two flesh replica Eorapotors for the exhibit "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs," at the library.

       May Her, business sales manager with Project Exploration, and Leonel Vargis with the Arlington Heights Memorial Library unpack two flesh replica Eorapotors for the exhibit "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs," at the library.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, places branches on a replica tree housing a small mammal-like reptile, Probelesdon.

       Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, places branches on a replica tree housing a small mammal-like reptile, Probelesdon.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Gary LeClair facilities manager for the Arlington Heights Library moves a crate in the library's loading dock that was taken to the second floor for the exhibit.

       Gary LeClair facilities manager for the Arlington Heights Library moves a crate in the library's loading dock that was taken to the second floor for the exhibit.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Workers tighten bolts on a stand for a replica Herrerasaurus.

       Workers tighten bolts on a stand for a replica Herrerasaurus.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, vacuums around a replica Herrerasaurus skeleton.

       Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, vacuums around a replica Herrerasaurus skeleton.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, left to right, May Her, business sales manager with Project Exploration, and Gary LeClair, facilities manager for the Arlington Heights Library, lower a display case over a stand.

       Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, left to right, May Her, business sales manager with Project Exploration, and Gary LeClair, facilities manager for the Arlington Heights Library, lower a display case over a stand.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Tom Scuderi, left, and Bill Benne with the Arlington Heights Library stack crates on the stage area of the exhibit.

       Tom Scuderi, left, and Bill Benne with the Arlington Heights Library stack crates on the stage area of the exhibit.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • May Her slides a replica Herrerasaurus across the exhibit room for "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs,"

       May Her slides a replica Herrerasaurus across the exhibit room for "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs,"
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • May Her runs to get tools to unpack a second crate, in front of a replica Herrerasaurus.

       May Her runs to get tools to unpack a second crate, in front of a replica Herrerasaurus.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • May Her, left to right, Leonel Vargis, and Gabe Sanchez both with the Arlington Heights Memorial Library unpack two flesh replica Eorapotors.

       May Her, left to right, Leonel Vargis, and Gabe Sanchez both with the Arlington Heights Memorial Library unpack two flesh replica Eorapotors.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs," exhibit at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library on Thursday.

       "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs," exhibit at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library on Thursday.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, takes the padding off a replica skeleton of an Eorapotor.

       Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, takes the padding off a replica skeleton of an Eorapotor.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, vacuums around two flesh replica Eorapotors.

       Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, vacuums around two flesh replica Eorapotors.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, carries a flesh replica of an Eorapotor.

       Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, carries a flesh replica of an Eorapotor.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • May Her, background, and Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, move a crate with a replica skeleton of an Eorapotor.

       May Her, background, and Volunteer Elizabeth Curley, 16, of Arlington Heights, move a crate with a replica skeleton of an Eorapotor.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • Gabe Sanchez with the Arlington Heights Library assembles a replica Herrerasaurus for the exhibit "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs."

       Gabe Sanchez with the Arlington Heights Library assembles a replica Herrerasaurus for the exhibit "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs."
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

  • The head of a replica Herrerasaurus which is part of the exhibit "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs," at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library. Herrerasaurus roamed the earth 228 million years ago and is 13-feet in length.

       The head of a replica Herrerasaurus which is part of the exhibit "Origins, The Dawn of Dinosaurs," at the Arlington Heights Memorial Library. Herrerasaurus roamed the earth 228 million years ago and is 13-feet in length.
    George LeClaire | Staff Photographer

 

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