Dinosaur bone found in Sunderland garden


A dinosaur bone believed to be up to 130 million years old has been discovered in a back garden in Sunderland.

The bone, thought to be from a dinosaur called Iguanodon, was unearthed as the finder dug among some tree roots.

It was handed in to Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens to see what their history experts made of it.

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