Paleontologists may have found huge Hadrosaur in Mexico

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GENERAL CEPEDA, MEXICO –  A pre-historic discovery is made in Mexico. Paleontologists say they uncovered fifty back bones they say belong to a full dinosaur. The tail alone is about fifteen feet long, and resembles a Hadrosaur or crested Duckbill dinosaur.

Specialists aren’t able to confirm the species just yet,  But as of now, it’s the first full tail of that kind in Mexico. Paleontologists say they have found roughly half of the dinosaur so far — which stands at thirty-six feet long. The excavation taking twenty days in general Cepeda — a border town with Texas.

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