Vodpod videos no longer available.Give paleontologist Jack Horner five years and he’ll give you a “Dino Chicken.” Watch the entire video at the “60 Minutes” site.
There is something about dinosaurs that captures the imagination — giant, mysterious animals that roamed the Earth for millions of years, now gone forever.
All they’ve left us are their fossils, the dried-out mineral remnants of the creatures they once were, with the organic material that gave them life long gone. Or so everyone always thought. Until B. “Rex,” a 68 million year old Tyrannosaurus Rex, who was dug up and named by a paleontologist from Montana State University whose unorthodox approach to dinosaurs may be changing the whole dino ballgame.
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