The Haddonfield Dinosaur In October 1858, a crew of local diggers led by Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences member William Foulke excavated the nearly-complete skeleton of a gigantic prehistoric animal from a marl pit in Haddonfield. After their excavation, the bones of the Haddonfield Hadrosaurus were taken to the Academy of Natural Sciences where they have remained ever since. Today, a plaque and a sculpture of the dinosaur can be found along Kings Highway.
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