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Northern Wyo. dino graveyard produces more finds


Northern Wyo. dino graveyard produces more finds 

Associated Press - September 9, 2007 5:15 PM ET 

TEN SLEEP, Wyo. (AP) - Another fine dinosaur specimen is being unearthed at
a dig site near Ten Sleep in northern Wyoming.

This new one is a sauropod from the Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation that
roamed the earth about 150 million years ago.

Paleontologist Wesley Linster says it could be up to 90 feet in length.

The Ten Sleep dinosaur quarry is located on a farm 15 miles northwest of

It has already yielded a giant Apatosaurus with a nearly complete braincase
as well as others. And paleontologists say they expect to find even more
dinosaur specimens.

The Ten Sleep dinosaur quarry has attracted paleontologists from around the

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