Jennifer Anne

Jennifer Anne

Apr 11, 2016

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    About This Project

    The Morrison Formation contains some of the most impressive dinosaurs from the USA, including the large, long-necked sauropods such as Diplodicus. The biology and ecology of sauropods continues to baffle paleontologists as they represent the largest animals to walk the earth. This study aims to help solve these questions through a combination of paleoecology (where they lived/died) and paleopathology (injuries/diseases) through research at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center.

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