PHOTOS: Dinosaur Mummy Gets Its Closeup

The dinosaur mummy, the largest of its kind, may have been faster than T. Rex.

PHOTOS: 8,000-Pound Dino Mummy Discovered

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Dakota is a 67-million-year-old dinosaur that was found mummified — the largest of its kind ever discovered. Discovered in 2004, the dinosaur is just now starting to get star treatment as researchers begin to chip away at sandstone surrounding the mummy. Stephen Begin uses an air tool to chip away at the material at the North Dakota Heritage Center Museum in Bismarck, N.D. The duckbilled dinosaur mummy is one of only four dinosaurs ever found with fossilized skin. (Will Kincaid/AP Photo)
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