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dippy

mod. crazy; loony. Who is that dippy chick with the lamp shade on her head?
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We are incredibly excited to welcome Dippy to Birmingham," said Gurminder Kenth, museum manager.
Dippy was taken off public view last January, when scientists painstakingly dismantled and packed all 292 of his bones ready for the tour.
Dippy is beginning its three-year tour of the UK at Dorset County Museum in Dorchester.
The 26-metre centrepiece has been on display since 1905 in the Natural History Museum in London, and never before has Dippy been publicly displayed outside the museum.
The Natural History Museum's Diplodocus skeleton cast, known as Dippy, is installed at Dorset County Museum in Dorchester, the first stop on a UK tour which will also take in Newcastle
17m high Dippy will have gone on public display beyond the museum since arriving there in 1905.
Five million people are expected to see Dippy on his two-year tour of towns and cities.
There was an outcry when the museum first announced that its most famous exhibit was being retired and replaced with the real skeleton of a blue whale Nevertheless, Dippy was packed away ready for a tour of the UK.
FOR years Dippy, the diplodocus skeleton cast, had pride of place in the grand foyer of London's Natural History Museum - now he's off on his travels.
BONE by painstaking bone, the iconic Dippy the Dinosaur skeleton has been removed from its long-standing home at London's Natural History Museum.
But in 2015 the museum decided to call time on Dippy.
AFTER 38 years in the Natural History Museum's iconic Hintze Hall, it's time for visitors to bid a fond farewell to Dippy the Diplodocus.
Horizon: Dippy and the Whale, 9pm, BBC2, Thursday, July 13
Para celebrar el comienzo de esta aventura, la Duquesa se unio a 20 alumnos de primaria de Londres para despedir como conviene a Dippy.
Dippy also flagged off the polo race at the Rajasthan Polo Club, a tradition followed by the royal family for ages.