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Montana's T. rex goes on display + more news



Ben Creisler
bcreisler@gmail.com


A number of recent news items:


"Peck's rex" goes on display at Museum of the Rockies in Montana as
"Montana's T. rex"

https://www.dvidshub.net/news/159754/whats-army-doing-with-dinosaurs-redux#.VSqA9vnF_To

"It is the only T. rex specimen found with floating belly ribs, also
known as gastralia. It is also the first specimen of its species to
have the metacarpal III, on the left forelimb preserved – that’s the
third finger. This discovery proved the existence of a third finger on
the T. rex. "

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Remembering Rev. Hitchcock's dinosaur finds in the Pioneer Valley, Connecticut

http://www.recorder.com/home/16417589-95/pioneer-valley-dinosaurs-legacy-lives-on

Dinosaur track guide

https://jurassicroadshow.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/guide-to-dinosaur-tracks3.pdf

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More bones of Texas nodosaur uncovered after 4-year-old's find

http://thescoopblog.dallasnews.com/2015/04/more-dino-bones-found-at-mansfield-site-where-dallas-zookeeper-son-made-rare-find.html/

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Giant mosasaur "Bruce" on postage stamp

http://www.chrisd.ca/2015/04/09/worlds-largest-mosasaur-bruce-stamp-canadian-fossil-discovery-centre-canada-post/

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Arctic ichthyosaurs

http://www.eartharchives.org/articles/ancient-marine-reptiles-inhabited-the-icy-waters-of-the-north