Racing Against Time and Weather for Dinosaur Bones

In eastern Montana, a dirt road can run for 40 miles. Out here is where you'll find what's called the Hell Creek Formation, the last great deposit of rock and dirt that buried the dinosaurs. And here is where you'll also find dinosaur hunter Peter Larson, digging into what he calls "the bone zone," layers of sediment that have gripped the remains of dinosaurs for 65 million years. And interestingly, after all these years, the fossils are being exposed by wind and weather. Digging them out has...Full Story
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