67 Million Year Old Hadrosaur

 - Dec 3, 2007
References: news.yahoo & news.nationalgeographic
One of the best preserved whole dinosaur mummies was discovered in North Dakota. The 67 million year old duck-billed hadrosaur once weighed 3.5 tons and was up to 40 feet long. Startling details of the DinoMummy reveal that it once rampaged through the jungle in a housecoat and slippers yelling about the lack of respect it gets. Only kidding, but really, details of the scaled skin can be seen as the mummy is taken to the largest CT scanner in the world. Boeing will see if details of internal organs can be made out. All will be revealed on National Geographic, of course. Stay tuned.