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A few years back while scouring a river bank for dino bones.
I came across a cube of sandstone 2 ft by 3 ft by 1 1/2 ft.

Anyway. I gave it a hit with my hammer and split it in two. Being in the muck
the stone only partly opened and I could see bone. We left looking for more and
just before leaving we pulled it out of the mud and opened it up. There was a
small section showing a skin imprint. As soon as I got home. We took a chisel to
it and exposed much more of the mummified then petrified skin.

This could be a major find.

Do I have to get a paleontologist degree before I reveal the location, to get any
credit?

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A few years back while scouring a river bank for dino bones.
I came across a cube of sandstone 2 ft by 3 ft by 1 1/2 ft.

Anyway. I gave it a hit with my hammer and split it in two. Being in the muck
the stone only partly opened and I could see bone. We left looking for more and
just before leaving we pulled it out of the mud and opened it up. There was a
small section showing a skin imprint. As soon as I got home. We took a chisel to
it and exposed much more of the mummified then petrified skin.

This could be a major find.

Do I have to get a paleontologist degree before I reveal the location, to get any
credit?

Contact Jack Horner care of Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman MT. He was a truck driver who found dino nesting sites that proved they were social.

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