The Canadian Press

2016-06-26 | NS Fundy Dinos

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Researchers are digging through the sandstone cliffs on the Nova Scotia shore of the Bay of Fundy in search of 200-million-year-old bone fragments that could reveal more about the diversity of life at the dawn of the dinosaurs. The director of the Fundy Geological Museum says the fossils scattered along Wasson Bluff near Parrsboro date back to a time of great evolutionary change. Tim Fedak says his crew has unearthed bones of a possibly meat-eating dinosaur. (Fedak says the bones are dispersed in discrete layers of red sediment.)

Date: 2016-06-26
Placeline: PARRSBORO, Nova Scotia.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 24 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << the Highlight for me so far is the very tip of the snout of a dinosaur now there's no teeth preserve so it's hard to say which one it is yet but that individual bone the premack Salat is should be Diagnostic and I think it looks like it could be a a meeting dinosaur which would be one of the first I found from the Bay of Fundy area >>