|History vs. Paleo Hipster|
Some of the other Sinclair dinosaurs ended up in Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose, Texas. There's a placard at the park describing the process Jonas used to sculpt, scale, and build the fiberglass dinosaurs. The Texas park displays the sculptures in their original color scheme and interpretive plaques provide the modern perspective. I hope that the Texas Sinclair dinosaurs continue unmolested by revisionist color schemes. Paleontology and its public displays have a history that's important to conserve. It's a great story that underscores how science is a dynamic, often contentious process.