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Re: More Triceratops bones found in Wyoming and other news
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On 8/25/2013 12:34 AM, Ben Creisler wrote:
More Triceratops bones found at Wyoming Black Hills Institute dig site
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Paleontologists worked for two months this summer and found
250 bones. Only 950 more to go.
The institute’s research team is unearthing what is, at
minimum, four triceratops skeletons.
The site now has at least three adults and one juvenile — a
gangly teenager, all legs and no real body size.
“We have this big mass of bones we just can’t separate,”
(Matt) Larson said. “We will finish it next summer or spring.”