Science: Stupendous Monster

If Explorer Roy Chapman Andrews, Dack at Peking last week after four months in the Gobi Desert, was quoted correctly in despatches, he has found the skull of antique monster more stupendous than any ever before learned of by man.

The head is broad, shaped like a saddle, and weighs 400 Ibs. That itself indicates colossal body. But Dr. Andrews' first comparison—and there is little evidence that the cable garbled his words—was unbelievable. As quoted, he said that the beast was "about the size of the Woolworth Building if the building were in a...

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