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Released to the A.P. and Reuters today or yesterday...
>From the Judith River Formation of Montana, a Sub-Adult Brachylophasaurus
with skin impressions on its foreleg and foot. With possible other skin
impressions around the body as well. It is a fully articulated specimen.
Except for the parts that eroded away over the past several hundred years.
Thought I would give everyone the heads up. It is a WONDERFUL animal to see
<grins>. And, if anyone does see the article I would really like to get a
copy/scan of it sent to me, or at least see were it was all published at.
Anyways thats it for that Brachylophasaurus. Also, Elvis, the Adult
Brachylophasaurus, is back at the Philips County Museum in Malta, MT. A
GREAT specimen. Was a really GREAT prep job that the Museum of the Rockies
did on it. Even for a Hadrosaur, its really cool. Ok thats it for that.
On another note....
ARRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGg...............I had ALOT of complaints about the _When
Dinosaurs Roamed North America_ ug..wasnt to pleased, and everyone in the
room with me heard it. hehe. hmmm "dromeosaurids" that have a _"Planet of
the Apes"_ type face to them. Gah! ok thats just one of my complaints.
<looks at the list> think alot of others already posted on their likes and
dislikes of it some was good, yes.
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