University of Kansas displays new dinosaur exhibit in museum


April 29, 2018

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The University of Kansas says the only known dinosaur that inhabited Kansas is now on display in the school's Natural History Museum.

The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that experts believe the Silvisaurus condrayi roamed the state 100 million years ago. The dinosaur was short but relatively long, measuring about 3 feet (1-meter) tall and 10 feet (3-meter) long.

The museum's exhibit features the dinosaur fossil discovered in 1955 by Warren Condray, who found the bone fragments embedded in rock on his Ottawa County ranch. It also includes a display where visitors can...

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