Rare fossil found

Rare fossil found

A rare fossil, the jawbone of a Glasbius twitchelli, was found during a fossil dig at Marmarth in southwest North Dakota last month by a summer intern of the North Dakota Geological Survey. The Glasbius twitchelli, a mouse-sized marsupial, was among the first mammals on earth.

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