Worker digging oil pipeline unearths dinosaur tail

10/3/2013 | CNN

The fossil of a dinosaur tail has been uncovered by a backhoe driver clearing the way for an oil pipeline in Canada. Construction has been halted as paleontologists excavate the area and attempt to remove the fragile fossil. "You handle it carefully, or it's just going to shatter," said paleontologist Matthew Vavrek. "... We don't know for sure that the rest of the animal is there. Sometimes, all you get is what you see."

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