Public invited to uncover dinosaur bones, other creatures
June 25, 2017
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Paleontologists who recently found a tooth from a Tyrannosaurus rex south of Bismarck say the public might have similar luck in upcoming fossil digs.
The North Dakota Geological Survey is hosting four events this summer, inviting the public to help uncover bones from dinosaurs, prehistoric sea monsters and other creatures that once inhabited the state, The Bismarck Tribune (http://bit.ly/2rSLJaf ) reported.
"The story of prehistoric life in North Dakota is a fascinating thing," said John Hoganson, the former state paleontologist. "It goes back millions of years."