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    Dino Hunter: Digging Soft Dino Tissue

    Join host Jeremy McLaughlin as he explores how scientist Mark Armitage and paleontologist Otis Kline look for dinosaur bones containing soft tissue.

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    Dino Hunter: Digging Soft Dino Tissue

    Directed by Kyle Justice 2018 34 min
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    Join host Jeremy McLaughlin has he ventures out to the Hellcreek Formation in eastern Montana to search for and dig up dinosaur bones that contain soft tissue. He is joined by creation scientist Mark Armitage and paleontologist Otis Kline as they dig up a triceratops skeleton and find one of the largest condyle in the world.
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    Dino Hunter: Digging Soft Dino Tissue

    Join host Jeremy McLaughlin has he ventures out to the Hellcreek Formation in eastern Montana to search for and dig up dinosaur bones that contain soft tissue. He is joined by creation scientist Mark Armitage and paleontologist Otis Kline as they dig up a triceratops skeleton and find one of the largest condyle in the world.

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