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Scientists to dig Jurassic site in Wyoming this summer


March 27, 2019

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — 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 U.S. and Europe on a three-month dig at a newly discovered site in the Bighorn Basin of northern Wyoming.

Organizers aren't saying exactly where the site is to discourage any looters and curiosity-seekers — suffice it to say it's on a square mile (2.6 square kilomet...

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