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A fossil discovered in Canada could be a rare finding of an entire dinosaur skeleton complete with fossilised skin, scientists believe.
The exposed fossil of the hadrosaur, a large-bodied, herbivorous, duck-billed dinosaur, is protruding from a hillside in Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, Canada, which is one of the world’s richest locations for dinosaur fossils.
The fossil includes a large portion of the animal’s tail and its right hind foot, and is oriented in a way that suggests the entire skeleton may still be preserved within the hill. Whole skeletons are very rare, so this exceptional “dinosaur mummy” is likely to provide important insights about the animal’s appearance and overall anatomy. (More)