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  • KU paleontology team working to bring a T. rex home

    The University of Kansas is acquiring a Tyrannosaurus rex and funding the dig through crowdsourcing. KU paleontologist David Burnham and a team are spending most of July at Montana's Hell Creek Formation to continue to uncover the iconic dinosaur. Fifteen percent of the T. rex has already been uncovered, and more is being excavated daily on this year's dig. Video by Jill Toyoshiba, Montana dig site photos and video courtesy of David Burnham.

The University of Kansas is acquiring a Tyrannosaurus rex and funding the dig through crowdsourcing. KU paleontologist David Burnham and a team are spending most of July at Montana's Hell Creek Formation to continue to uncover the iconic dinosaur. Fifteen percent of the T. rex has already been uncovered, and more is being excavated daily on this year's dig. Video by Jill Toyoshiba, Montana dig site photos and video courtesy of David Burnham. jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com
The University of Kansas is acquiring a Tyrannosaurus rex and funding the dig through crowdsourcing. KU paleontologist David Burnham and a team are spending most of July at Montana's Hell Creek Formation to continue to uncover the iconic dinosaur. Fifteen percent of the T. rex has already been uncovered, and more is being excavated daily on this year's dig. Video by Jill Toyoshiba, Montana dig site photos and video courtesy of David Burnham. jtoyoshiba@kcstar.com

KU is hunting a Tyrannosaurus rex with the help of crowdfunding

July 14, 2016 10:09 AM