and volunteers at the Cedar Mountain Dinosaur Project in Utah spent
Monday continuing work on the armored dinosaur Gastonia.
While working under a very hot sun, volunteers encased a tibia (part
of the hind limb between the knee and ankle) for transport back
to the Museum.
The group also worked to uncover other parts of the armored dinosaur, including the right and left scapula (part of the shoulder blade), and the ilia (part of the pelvis area). The dedicated group is hoping for a little relief from the warmth, but will head back rain or shine the rest of the week.