Image: Plastering Centrosaurus fossil slab
Plastering a Centrosaurus apertus fossil slab in Canada, as part of the Australian Museum's excavations in The Dinosaur Provincial Park in the early 2000s.
- Kyle McManus
- © Kyle McManus
Wet tissue paper is laid over the slab, to prevent the plaster sticking, and then moist hessian strips are dragged through wet plaster and placed on the specimen.