Our Friends Up North Have Found A 65-Million Year Old Skull
Dinosaur bones are one of the best things to study and to dig up out of the ground. Especially when they are either found in the cowboy state or close to us.
Our friends in North Dakota have done exactly that. It's one of the more impressive finds too, a 65-million-year-old partial triceratops skull! Found by a student-professor duo Harrison Duran and Michael Kjelland.
As you know from the video, they did have to be a little secretive when moving this skull because people have been known to steal these incredible fossilized finds. Which kind of breaks my heart to hear about.
The only way we are going to learn about these incredible creatures is to have them studied and by stealing them, we are being held back from knowledge.
So here's to Alice! We hope to find many more just like this one.