Battling through thick clouds of chiggers and mosquitoes and treading over soft, sticky sand riddled with tunnels of fire ants, I made my way day after day to my digging site by a huge tree. I was looking for the positive impressions of Dinosaur feet in the stifling, humid Texas heat. My hole was over a nesting site. I knew that because of the petrified Do-do or regurgitation that surrounded the area and the size of the prints that I was finding. But… they weren’t prints. If I had known that, they wouldn’t have been in storage for six years.
After I found the “Rosetta Stone,” an agatized sauropod embryo, I was able to recognize others. Everything I was pulling up was covered with baby Dino Do-do, but that is what probably preserved them. There were tiny Dinosaur heads, noses, feet, eggs, more embryos, a little bird with feathers and a tiny Stegosaurus skeleton in an egg. Some looked like puppies, puffins, eagles, rhinos, hippos and horses. Some were really scary! Over and over I saw they had two umbilical cords in their mouths and tiny nose plugs like an infant. That is when I wrote the Scientific Articles. Click the blue below and you can see what I found, too!
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