65 Million-Year-Old Triceratops Skull Found in North Dakota

A University of California student has some amazing experience to put on his future resume; UC Merced, a fifth-year biology student, unearthed a 65 million-year-old Triceratops skull while on a paleontology dig in North Dakota last month. The fossil was found upside down with one horn popping out of the ground. The skull has been named "Alice" in honor of the property owner. Were you interested in dinosaurs as a kid? What was your dream job as a child?


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