Dino Mummy!

After six years of painstaking chipping and scraping, Royal Tyrrell Museum technician, Mark Mitchell, revealed the most well-preserved dinosaur yet found. Accidentally unearthed by a heavy equipment operator in Canada, the nodosaur (similar to an Ankylosaurus), has skin and armor plating that is perfectly mummified. Paleontologists were so impressed with Mr. Mitchell’s long work with the specimen that they named the beast for him: Borealopelta markmitchelli. See and read more at: http://ow.ly/l8Yc50vasvd

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