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The student will have a 65 million year-old fossil of a Triceratops skull in the North Dakota badlands

In the deserts of North Dakota, Harrison, Duran, a student at the University of California, Merced, for a 65-million-year-old fossil of a partial skull of a Triceratops, among the plant fossils from the cretaceous period. At the university of California, Merced)

A California college student has a master’s degree in biology, and found something rare and special.

In the badlands of North Dakota for the fifth-year student at the University of California, Merced is to be found in the 65-million-year-old fossil of a partial skull of a Triceratops, among the plant fossils from the cretaceous period.

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“I can’t quite put my excitement to the point that we discovered that the place of a skull,” to the students, mr. Harrison Specifically said in the school release. “I’ve been obsessed with dinosaurs ever since I was a kid, so it was kind of a big deal to me.”

Harrison, Duran said, “I have been obsessed with dinosaurs ever since I was a kid.” At the university of California, Merced)

USA Today reported that the dinosaur skull was found in the Hell’s Creek formation, which extends from Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming, where the dinosaur roamed everywhere, from 100.5 to 23 million in the year-ago period.

Duran found with the fossil, the “experience machine” by Michael Kjelland, a biology professor, to the Hidden State University in North Dakota.

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There has been discussion on where to find a can be displayed.

“The goal is to use this as an educational opportunity, not only to keep us, [it] is in a private collection somewhere, so it’s only a handful of people can see it,” Kjelland said.

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