Museum displays baby dinosaur found by high-school student

10/23/2013 | LiveScience.com

The skeleton of a duck-billed dinosaur, discovered in 2009 by high-school student Kevin Terris doing fieldwork in Utah, has been put on display at a California museum. The Parasaurolophus -- named Joe -- is the smallest, youngest and most complete fossil of a Parasaurolophus to be found.

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