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BULLETIN 28 VOLUME I MARCH, 1932
The mounted sketleton of Eubelodon morrilli was installed in the west wall case of Elephant Hall December 31, 1931, and has attracted the attention and favorable comments of citizens and other guests. It should be explained that the case in which it is displayed is ten feet deep, sixteen feet high, and extends the length of the hall. Altogether it is a large and impressive mount which reflects credit upon its preparators, and is an important and instructive addition to the Morrill Palaeontological Collections. The pose is spirited and interesting, and the action is all that can be expected of a cumbersome beast such as an elephant.
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