The team (Eric Lund shown here) excavated the dinosaur several years ago and have been painstakingly reconstructing it for years.
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Excavating the beast
Credit: Mark Loewen
The team unearthed most of one skull and a few pieces of the body, as well as fragments of another skull. Because they don't have the body, they can't…Read More »
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