NEW YORK POST: Scientists to uncover secrets of ‘Jurassic Mile’ this summer

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Release date: 27/3/2019

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. — They’re calling it the “Jurassic Mile,” where dinosaurs once chased prey through muck and some of the biggest creatures of 150 million years ago lumbered over a tropical flood plain.

This summer, the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will coordinate a project that will bring over 100 scientists from the US and Europe on a three-month dig at a newly discovered site in the Bighorn Basin of northern Wyoming.

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TitleScientists to uncover secrets of ‘Jurassic Mile’ this summer
Media name/outletNew York Post
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date27/03/19
DescriptionCHEYENNE, Wyo. — They’re calling it the “Jurassic Mile,” where dinosaurs once chased prey through muck and some of the biggest creatures of 150 million years ago lumbered over a tropical flood plain.

This summer, the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will coordinate a project that will bring over 100 scientists from the US and Europe on a three-month dig at a newly discovered site in the Bighorn Basin of northern Wyoming.
URLhttps://nypost.com/2019/03/27/scientists-to-uncover-secrets-of-jurassic-mile-this-summer/
PersonsPhillip Manning

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