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Amy Atwater 5 Oct 18
Happy birthday T. rex!!! Isn't MOR 008 looking so fresh and so clean?!
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Amy Atwater May 21
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY HERO MARY ANNING! From plesiosaurs & ammonites to ichthyosaurs & coprolites, this incredible paleontologist discovered so much! Celebrate by supporting for a statue of her in Lyme Regis! Costume by .
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Amy Atwater 21 Oct 18
Even dinosaur paleontologists think bone-crushing dogs are cool!! Thanks for swinging by my poster yesterday
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MuseumoftheRockies 2 Nov 18
Happy ! This week MOR staff members moved a ! MOR 604 is a large mammoth skull from eastern that took a trip to the prep lab for some fossil conservation. Stay tuned for more mammoth news to come!
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Amy Atwater Jun 7
MOR 555 aka the Nation’s T. rex for ! Join us in Bozeman tomorrow from 1-2 pm to celebrate the unveiling of the Nation’s T. rex in Washington D.C. with cookies, lemonade & casts of MOR 555! ⁣⁣
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MuseumoftheRockies Nov 8
Happy . Lots of hadrosaur (duck-billed) dinosaurs being prepared at . 1st pic- MOR Volunteer Levi Meld preparing part of a duckbilled dinosaur skull from the Judith River Frm. 2nd pic- a possible Hypacrosaurus ischium (hip bone) from the Two Medicine Frm.
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Amy Atwater 31 Oct 18
Happy Halloween from me and the family tree! Hope everyone's day is more fun than a barrel of dead monkeys!
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MuseumoftheRockies 25 Oct 18
was a great success for . Well received MOR presentations by & students & MOR volunteers & Rudy Hummel.
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Amy Atwater Jun 14
Smiles with Smilodon!! 😻 This beautiful saber-toothed cat skull cast was made by and is based on a specimen from in Southern California. The La Brea Tar Pits is on the ancestral homelands of the Tongva Nation.
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MuseumoftheRockies Sep 20
Happy ! This week (Ph.D. candidate-Queen's University Belfast) visited studying duckbill dinos. Here he's studying pathologies in the tail of (MOR 549) Hypacrosaurus stebingeri, from the Late Cretaceous, Two Medicine Formation!
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MuseumoftheRockies Aug 12
Great article from featuring 's Undergrad Student Corps program. Getting students into the field early is essential for helping them determine their career path in paleo.
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Scott A. Williams Nov 1
Happy to say I've collected 2 mosasaur specimens while at ! One was quite a monster. Bearpaw is fairly easy digging too! Would NOT want to swim in the Western Interior Seaway.
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🦕 Katy Brooke 🦖 2 Dec 17
Just hanging out in one of my favorite places in the world with Montana Rex.
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Mark James Powers Feb 1
For I present a cast of Saurornitholestes! A raptor dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of North America. Given it's size, prevalence, and geological setting, this critter was kinda like the Velociraptor of North America.
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Scott A. Williams Oct 25
Love all the baby dino material at . Baby ducky's are especially cute! .
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Scott A. Williams 24 Aug 18
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Scott A. Williams Oct 25
Fun fact, I've collected tons (literally) of sauropod, Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus specimens, but I would love to collected a baby ducky. Rummaging thru 's baby dino material is a hoot!
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Scott A. Williams 15 Jul 18
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Scott A. Williams 12 Oct 18
Auction is featuring some awesome casts! Folks should bring their checkbooks, bid high & bid often!
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Slash Protects Animals 5 Oct 17
Happy B-Day !! 112 years ago, Henry Fairfield Osborn named this iconic ! has a few,
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