States Have An Official Flag. Massachusetts May Get A State Dinosaur Massachusetts lawmaker Jack Lewis is inviting kids to vote on which dinosaur should represent the Bay State. The choice is between Podokesaurus holyokensis and Anchisaurus polyzelus.
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States Have An Official Flag. Massachusetts May Get A State Dinosaur

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States Have An Official Flag. Massachusetts May Get A State Dinosaur

States Have An Official Flag. Massachusetts May Get A State Dinosaur

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NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. Some states have a flag. Some states have a flower, too. So who's to say you can't have a state dinosaur? Massachusetts lawmaker Jack Lewis is inviting kids to vote on which dinosaur should represent the Bay State. The choice is between Podokesaurus holyokensis and Anchisaurus polyzelus. If I were a betting person, I'd put my money on that second one. It's MORNING EDITION.

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