Photo: Oil Drillers Strike World's Deepest Dinosaur



A fossilized knucklebone of Plateosaurus was found in deep waters off the coast of Norway. The find, the first ever for Norway, is a little more than one inch (three centimeters) long.

Photography courtesy Jørn Hurum/Natural History Museum, University of Oslo


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