T. Rex Found in Montana – Dig Goes Interactive

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: May 14, 2004   View Article

Dinosaur hunters often regale the world with news of their exotic discoveries after the fact—bones of ancient giants pulled from a hillside in Madagascar, chipped from the ice in Antarctica, dug from the pampas of Patagonia.

Now the world is invited along as a team of paleontologists excavate a Tyrannosaurus rex from the siltstone at a ranch in eastern Montana. All they need to do is log on to Unearthing T. rex.

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