Science: Neck, Tail, Trade

In process of assembly last week in Manhattan's American Museum of Natural History was the skeleton of a 74-ft. dinosaur, a 130,000,000-year-old relic not much different in appearance from a few other such relics in a few other U. S. museums. This monster's recent history, however, was unique.

The skeleton was discovered some years ago by diggers from Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum which had long been probing the great dinosaur graveyard in the desolate badlands near Jensen, Utah. Having sent an abundance of bones back to Pittsburgh, the Carnegie men left the skeleton partly exposed...

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