UTAH PALEONTOLOGISTS FIND MEAT-EATING DINOSAUR
Paleontologists are excavating intact bones of a meat-eating dinosaur in central Utah.
The find, made in late November, was announced Monday by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management and the College of Eastern Utah’s Prehistoric Museum.
The museum’s field and laboratory manager, John Bird, says the site east of Castle Dale includes more than 20 vertebrae that are attached to one another. He believes they are from an allosaurus, a fairly common find in Utah from the Jurassic period.
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