It's not all bad
Museum changes dinosaur display after 10-year-old spots error
A young dinosaur enthusiast has outsmarted the staff at London's Natural History Museum. Charlie Edwards, 10, who has Asperger's syndrome, was enjoying the museum's "Dino Snores" sleepover event when he noticed a wall sign that wrongly identified a four-legged protoceratops as an oviraptor, a birdlike dinosaur that walked on its hind legs. Charlie let a staff member know, and the museum later contacted him to say thanks, promising to fix the error. "When he likes a subject, he will try to find out everything about it," Charlie's mother told Metro.