Seismosaurus at Helena College

 Dawn Carlson maneuvers into a tight spot as she helps reconstruct "Seismo", a 137 foot long Seismosaurus listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world's largest dinosaur specimen on Wednesday afternoon on the front lawn of Helena College. "It will take us a total of around 1,000 man hours to reconstruct Seismo for this event," said Dave Trexler, an earth scientist with Two Medicine Dinosaur Center where Seismo is housed.

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