Missing Piece of Long-Neck Dinosaur F...

Missing Piece of Long-Neck Dinosaur Finally Discovered

There are 1 comment on the Live Science story from Nov 12, 2013, titled Missing Piece of Long-Neck Dinosaur Finally Discovered. In it, Live Science reports that:

A small roadside quarry west of Denver, site of some of the infamous "Bone Wars" of the 19th century, has revealed a new treasure: the snout of the long-necked dinosaur Apatosaurus ajax.

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Humble, TX

#1 Nov 12, 2013
Nice job... also reveals that Lakes' long-ago excavations were close to discovering yet another Apatosaur: Teeth found in Quarry 5 by Lakes were declared by Marsh in 1884 to belong to Diplodocus lacustris, another long-neck species. But those teeth, now held in Yale's collections, look just like Kevin's. In other words, Diplodocus lacustris didn't exist — instead, Lakes found part of Kevin and missed the rest.

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