hey told us to go exploring. Most of the kids went up the hill and said, ‘Oh who can get up there first?’ Me and my sister, we actually went and looked around and I saw something that looked different from the rest of the rock,” she said.
The Fergusons said that as paleontologists excavated the fossil, excitement grew. The skull, protected by limestone for millions of years, is museum quality and nearly complete.
Experts say it belongs to a 133kg predator that prowled the earth 33 million years ago.
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