N.C. Museum of Natural Science curator of paleontology Vince Schneider hammers away at the rock surrounding a fossil find: A lack of erosion in North Carolinas keeps dinosaur remains hidden underground: “If you look at the map of Eastern North Carolina and look at the Cretaceous deposits, they’re covering several counties – but it’s all tree-covered.”
N.C. Museum of Natural Science curator of paleontology Vince Schneider hammers away at the rock surrounding a fossil find: A lack of erosion in North Carolinas keeps dinosaur remains hidden underground: “If you look at the map of Eastern North Carolina and look at the Cretaceous deposits, they’re covering several counties – but it’s all tree-covered.” Pailin Wedel naturalsciences.org
N.C. Museum of Natural Science curator of paleontology Vince Schneider hammers away at the rock surrounding a fossil find: A lack of erosion in North Carolinas keeps dinosaur remains hidden underground: “If you look at the map of Eastern North Carolina and look at the Cretaceous deposits, they’re covering several counties – but it’s all tree-covered.” Pailin Wedel naturalsciences.org

Why North Carolina’s dinosaurs take more digging

March 21, 2015 08:00 PM