David Gelsthorpe (R), the Curator of Earth Science Collections at Manchester Museum, and Emily Gershman, a Conservation Intern Student, assemble the fossilised skeleton of 'April' a Tenontosaurus dinosaur in Manchester Museum as they prepare to reopen after a long refurbishment, in Manchester, northern England on January 19, 2023. - Manchester Museum, one of the largest university museums in the UK, is over one hundred and thirty years old and is home to around four and a half million objects from natural sciences and human cultures. The museum has been closed since August 2021 and has undergone a £15 million refurbishment. (Photo by OLI SCARFF / AFP) (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)
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