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Green Bay, Wisconsin: Don Debaker's Dinosaurs

Two skeletal T-rexes, "Big Mama" and "Baby Bones," stand in front of a museum. Don Debaker built them out of metal.

Neville Public Museum

210 Museum Place, Green Bay, WI
Neville Public Museum. On the south side of US Hwy 141, on the west bank of the Fox River.
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Don Debaker's Dinosaurs

These giant metal dinosaurs are located in front of the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay and also in Depere on the right as you are heading south on Hwy 57. The ones in front of the Neville are called "Big Mama" and "Baby Bones," named by Ms. Stumpf's fourth grade class at De Pere's Notre Dame Elementary School. The dinosaurs were built by Don Debaker of Luxemburg, Wisconsin.

[WM, 02/04/2006]

Oct. 2015: Photo added.

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