The world of 65 million years ago is filled with mystery, especially because scientists have little to go on but bones.
But buried in a remote corner of North Dakota was a remarkably well-preserved dinosaur with fossilized skin, ligaments and tendons. You can even see scales on its side.
The specimen turned out to be a duck-billed plant eater called a hadrosaur.
Tyler Lyson, the young scientist who found the fossil, said, "The skin hadn't collapsed in around the bone, and at that point I...Full Story