165-million-year-old skull endures delicate moments at new home

Photo by Dean Humphrey—Paleontology experts John Foster and ReBecca Hunt-Foster unload a skull of a jumbo triceratops Monday at the Dinosaur Journey museum in Fruita, which acquired the skull from Brigham Young University.



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Photo by Dean Humphrey—Paleontology experts John Foster and ReBecca Hunt-Foster unload a skull of a jumbo triceratops Monday at the Dinosaur Journey museum in Fruita, which acquired the skull from Brigham Young University.

Turning over the 165-million-year-old skull of a jumbo triceratops encased upside down in plaster is a task of, well, dinosaurian proportions. Dinosaur Journey paleontologists, assisted by…




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