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UINTA PALEONTOLOGICAL ASSOCIATES INC
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A company dedicated to paleontological research and consulting. Includes company info & photos from dinosaur dig sites.
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Advisor - Dr. Sue Ann Bilby
UINTA PALEONTOLOGICAL ASSOCIATES, INC.
Sue Ann Bilbey, Vernal, Utah
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New T. rex!
Dr. Sue Ann Bilbey of Uinta Paleo, who examined the bones said they are: "...older and more primitive than the ones from the big quarry at the [Dinosaur National]
monument, maybe as much as five to 10 million years older."
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Dr. Sue Ann Bilbey, who leads Uinta Paleo, said, "When we conducted our preliminary review of the right-of-way before construction began, we found some interesting rock formations and bone fragments.
believes the dinosaur remains could represent a new species in the sauropod group and has contacted leading sauropod experts to assist with research.
Dr. Bilbey explains, "Stratigraphically, this discovery occurred in the Salt Wash Member of the Morrison Formation.
The sauropod skeleton is the second big discovery on Williams' pipeline build, according to Dr. Bilbey
A titanosaur scapula and possible vertebra were unearthed near Moab, Utah, last December, along with evidence of cycad trees in the form of petrified wood.
Blaine Phillips, archaeologist with the Vernal, Utah, office of the Bureau of Land Management, added, "This is an incredible find and the BLM looks forward to working with Dr. Bilbey and the Utah Field House to learn more about this unique species of dinosaur."
Dr. Sue Ann Bilbey
Uinta Paleontological Associates