Boy spots museum dinosaur gaffe
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Boy spots Natural History Museum dinosaur gaffe

The Natural History Museum has admitted one of its dinosaurs was "wrong", after a 10-year-old boy spotted the error.

Charlie Edwards, from Canvey Island, Essex, noticed an incorrect image on a sign about Oviraptors.

His mother Jade Edwards said that due to his Asperger syndrome, he "will try and find out everything" about a subject when he likes it.

The museum was "very impressed with Charlie's knowledge," a spokesman said, and the sign will be corrected.

  • 27 Jul 2017
  • From the section Essex