VIDEO: A day at the dinosaur dig

Paleontologists and volunteer fossil hunters take a break from the hard labor of removing Walter from the cliff where he has laid for the past 74 million years. Pictured standing is Liz Johnson, sitting from left, Trent Carbajal, Lia Keller, Katherine Ellis, Jerry Blount, Alvaro Garza II and Tyler Bridges.
Sasha Nelson

Over the past three summers a team of scientists, students and volunteers have been working to unearth a 74-million-year old dinosaur they call Walter. We spent a day at the dig site. Watch this short video to see the quarry and hear first hand why Walter is such a special dinosaur.

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