Construction workers in Colorado made an incredible discovery when their heavy machinery hit an ‘immovable’ object—a rare triceratops fossil.
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A paleontologist identified the find as part of a skull from a triceratops. The dinosaur’s remains are at least 66 million years old. The fossil will be carefully excavated and put on display in a museum.
Read more about the discovery: http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/08/triceratops-fossil-found-colorado-video-spd/
Rare Triceratops Fossil Discovered by Construction Crew | National Geographic