Wednesday, December 5, 2007

A glance at a Dinosaur Mummy

The world of Sixty five million years ago is full of mystery, but buried in a distant corner of North Dakota was a surprisingly well preserved dinosaur with fossilized skin, ligaments in addition to tendons. You can yet see scales on its surface. The specimen bowed out to be a duck billed plant eater name as hadrosaur. The skin had not misshapen in around the bone, and then I know to we had a 3-D dinosaur mummy. Outline in those scales also imply the hadrosaur had line along its tail, possibly to blend with the foliage. "This perhaps indicates that we had approximately a lined hide pattern on some parts of our animal is really thrilling."


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