You never know what you’re going to find during excavation on construction sites. A group of workers on a Colorado construction site unwittingly made an amazing discovery while clearing a site for a new fire and police station.
The construction workers discovered the fossils of a triceratops, believed to date back 66 million years.
Experts said often remains weren’t noticed when excavation was underway and bones were most likely plowed up. It was lucky that workers in this instance were alert and noticed the bones in time.
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