Old Lizard?

Press despatches from Cordova, Alaska, last week contained news which puzzled many a U. S. zoologist and paleontologist. Three weeks ago, it seemed, some one had found a wonderful prehistoric lizard in an ice cake on Glacier Island. The animal was 42 ft. long, was covered with fur in perfect condition. Scientists, knowing that no lizard has fur, thought at first that the creature might be another ogopogo, the mysterious beast sometimes seen on the Pacific coast by imaginative people (TIME, Aug. 4). Dr. Barnum Brown, lizard expert of the...

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