Rediscovering A Hidden Trove Of Fossils In Austin, Texas
At the University of Texas in Austin, an archive of dinosaur bones is giving scientists new clues about the past and the changing climate.
The bones were dug up in the 1930s as part of the Works Progress Administration project and stored in a warehouse — until recently when the collection was opened. Mose Buchele of KUT reports.
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