British Columbia’s Most Complete Dinosaur Skeleton Found

British Columbia’s Most Complete Dinosaur Skeleton Found

It can be said that hard work has paid. Paleontologist Richard McCrea with team was working for five years on a remote B. C. hillside to unearth dinosaur skeleton.

It is now that their work has got completed. They have been able to unearth the most complete dinosaur skeleton that has ever been found in B. C. McCrea said that they have found that skeletal remains of the dinosaur that is 73-million-year-old.

"It's been time consuming, but it's quite something to go from discovering a dinosaur and excavating it and removing it", said McCera.

Though found dinosaur is mostly complete, its head is missing. Study researchers are quite positive that they will be able to find the head soon. McCrea said that it is very easy to detach the head as it is most heavy part of the body.

It is said that close to 3,000 teeth were present in the dinosaur that helped them to chew even the toughest vegetation. McCrea affirmed that it is not the only skeleton in the area. As per the, there must be at least 30 more skeletons that have to be excavated.

Till now, they have been able to find six thigh bones of dinosaur. McCrea said that it clearly reveals that there are more than one dinosaur skeleton present.


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