A High School Student Unlocks Mystery of Dinosaur Joe’s Distinct Crest

The Alf Museum of Paleontology resides on a high school campus, and they regularly take high school students out on hikes in the local area. But Kevin Terris’ trip wasn’t just any old hike: After spotting a bone sticking out of a rock, he and museum curator Andrew Farke soon found it wasn’t just any old bone, but a nearly-complete skeleton of a baby Parasaurolophus dinosaur, known for its iconic tube crest. Hear the full story about this amazing find directly from Kevin and Andrew.

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