What would the perfect museum artifact be? Maybe a mummified dinosaur. I know here at SMM to of our most popular exhibit areas are the dinos and our mummy. Well, paleontologists in Montana have uncovered a mummified dinosaur. A full video report is available here. The mummified duck-bill dino actually still has mummified food in its digestive tract and much of its skin left on, giving us much more solid information about dinosaur soft-tissue matters. The dinosaur, named Leonardo, goes on exhibit in Houston this fall.

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