Dinosaur in the Drawer New Species Found in Museum

Dinosaurs used to be found most often in clay or tar pits. But a scientist in Berlin has found a more mundane and unexpected site for the finding of a previously unknown breed of plesiosaur: a museum drawer.
Paleontologist Oliver Hampe sits in front of a photo of the skeleton of the Gronausaurus wegneri and a computer rendering of the species.

Paleontologist Oliver Hampe sits in front of a photo of the skeleton of the Gronausaurus wegneri and a computer rendering of the species.

Foto: Naturkundemuseum Berlin
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