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Hypselosaurus and Spinosaurus.
Hi fellew Dino nuts,
I just got back from Denver, Co. We celebrated my Dinosaur Grandfathers
ninetyeth birthday. He did'nt look fossilized though. Anyway, while in
Denver I visited a realy neat rock and fossil shop called The Moss Rock
Shop on Braodway. The owners name is Jack, but he was in Arkansas pickin
up a rock, so I worked with his wife Pat. They used to be in Morrison,
Co., but moved to Denver in June. What a great place.
I bought a piece of fossilized dino dung!, eggshell fragments from a
Hypselosaurus, and a tooth from a Spinosaurus. They make great additions
to my collection. I was wondering what info anyone might have on these
I also picked up a book on Taphonomy. This is a very technical essay,
but I figure it will be useful in interpreting some of the posts here.
Next summer I'm definately going to pay to go on a dig!