We found a dinosaur’s mummified body! And by we, I mean humans. In Montana!
In the photos above you can see paleontology’s latest breakthrough. His name is Leonardo, a Brachylophosaurus.
With his mummified dino body, paleontologists were able to get well acquainted with stomach contents (a salad of ferns, conifers and magnolias), skin texture and x-rays of its inner workings. Leonardo was apparently mummified through some sort of cement like grave. Possibly during a flood. I’m no scientist, so I suggest you read up on it from the pros.
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