Captured with 123DCatch at the American Museum of Natural History. Edited and print ready.
From the AMNH website: "Mass graves of these animals have been found, indicating they may have been victims of a sudden cataclysmic event, such as a flash flood. Bones of young Coelophysis have been found inside the body cavity of the larger animals. This indicates that Coelophysis was cannabalistic and fed on the young of its own species."
A pretty good catch considering is was taken through a glass case in poor conditions: lots of visitors, lots of glare, glass full of fingerprints, limited range of shots. Sometimes 123D Catch surprises you.
DeadDino.stl: Print ready
DeadDinoLow.stl: Print ready, just fewer triangles
DeadDinoScan.obj: Rough 123DCatch output
DeadDionCatchData.zip: Photo sets & scene files from 123D Catch
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