Dinosaur Mummy found has intact skin and tissue.

hadrosaur dinosaur bones - I think they were a intesing species, the dinosaurs that is. Now they've discovered a mummy of one. Read my article.
Craig, Alaska
December 8, 2007 2:11pm CST
Scientist discovered this month a preserved "dinosaur mummy" with some of its tissue and bones still encased in an uncollapsed envelope of skin. Its species is hadrosaur, named Dakota. Its a duck-billed dinosaur. Discovered in 1999 in North Dakota. By scientists calculations suggest Dakota could run 28 miles (45 Kilometers)an hour. to read more go to http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/12/071203-dino-mummy.html I think dinosaurs are awesome creatures. I want to know about them. I am always interested in finding my discoverer stories.
3 responses
• United States
10 Dec 07
This sounds absolutely amazing!! I need to go research this some more! ^___^ It's so interesting to know that dinosaurs existed billions of years ago! HUGE lizards roaming the earth!
• Craig, Alaska
10 Dec 07
I know, I love finding out more information dinosaurs. I am glad I can show other cool information on this site to learn.
8 Dec 07
I think there is a showing on National Geographic here in the UK tomorrow night about this. Sounds like one of the greatest discoveries ever.
• Craig, Alaska
9 Dec 07
cool. Let me know what you learn. I would love to learn more about this new dinosaur discovered.
@megumiart (3781)
• United States
15 Dec 07
I saw a documentary on this just a few days ago! it's truly amazing how a dinosaur was preserved like that.