Scientists recover complete dinosaur skeleton

Jul 24, 2008 By MARI YAMAGUCHI , Associated Press Writer

(AP) -- Japanese and Mongolian scientists have successfully recovered the complete skeleton of a 70-million-year-old young dinosaur, a nature museum announced Thursday.



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drel
3.7 / 5 (3) Jul 24, 2008
"Scientists recover complete dinosaur skeleton"...

It's 100% complete, except for the missing bones.

jeffsaunders
1 / 5 (1) Jul 25, 2008
yes I liked that too.