Kenosha palaeontologists discover an unexpected dinosaur.

A plaster jacket displaying a portion of one of the largest dinosaur fossils

in his study was displayed by Thomas Carr, director of the Carthage

Institute of Paleontology in Kenosha. A group of Carthage College

researchers are exploring the prehistoric past there, on the bottom level

of Kenosha's Dinosaur Discovery Museum, by unearthing the treasures

Since 2006, Carr has led multiple dig teams to Montana, but this

summer's dig uncovered something that even the palaeontologist was

unprepared for. On the next to last day of the dig, a team member found

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