Science: Diggers

The Past is a great broken tapestry whose threads are scattered through the earth. Year after year archeologists and paleontologists collect money, men and materials, journey forth to find the threads, weave them back into place. Recent doings of diggers:

Texas. One hundred million years old were the dinosaur eggs found in the Gobi Desert by Roy Chapman Andrews. They were the earliest eggs known to Science until the return of Harvard's latest expedition from the Permian Red Beds of north central Texas. From that ancient ground...

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