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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Dinosaur Mummy
Dinosaur Mummy
Unlike most previous fossil finds, Dakota survived millions of years nearly intact, with fossilized skin and tendons, in effect becoming "mummified." This mummification of skin will allow scientists to reconstruct major muscle sizes and to reconstruct a 3-D image of the dinosaur. (National Geographic)
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