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I enjoy my glimpses into the construction of the new dinosaur exhibits. It appears that you will be able to see the library's windows from the enlarged hall, and vice versa. Imagine browsing along in the stacks, looking up from your search and finding yourself eye to eye with a diplodocus skull. Imagine wandering among the fossils in their new prehistoric forest setting and looking up to see shelves and shelves of books. Does this become an implied commentary on books as fossils - traces of an earlier culture? Or do dinosaurs naturally fit into the landscape of library research? The space is called, "Dinosaurs in Their World." Lots of possibilities to consider here...


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