Dippy the diplodocus has gone on สล็อตออนไลน์ display at Norwich Cathedral in the final leg of a national tour.The Natural History Museum (NHM) dinosaur is composed of 292 bones and ribs made from plaster of Paris and has taken a week to reassemble.The 70ft model first went on display at the London museum in 1905 and stayed there until 2017, when it was replaced by a whale.Dippy can be viewed at the cathedral until October.It is a cast of the type specimen of Diplodocus carnegii, found in America.In February the cathedral's dean said it was an "amazing opportunity" to host the dinosaur.Efforts to put the model together have involved painstaking and delicate work, with no room for error, according to Canon Andy Bryant, who is acting as project manager."There's always that worry that you could drop it," he said. "And then that's it, that's Dippy gone."The aim of Dippy on tour is to inspire people to appreciate nature on their doorstep, the NHM said."Iconic, I call Dippy the people's dinosaur, a true rockstar," said Lorraine Cornish of the NHM."All of the venues that we have partnered with have put on fantastic events, from field work and nature tours to children's talks."