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Amateur Dinosaur Tracker Uncovers Some of World's Rarest Fossilsi
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June Soh
November 03, 2012 12:35 PM
Many Washingtonians would have difficulty relating their city to the age of the dinosaurs. But it's not a stretch for Ray Stanford. He believes dinosaurs took the region as their home more than a hundred million years ago. And he has amassed dinosaur foot prints -- from fossils -- that he found in the Washington suburbs. VOA's June Soh introduces us to self-taught fossil hunter, Ray Stanford.

Amateur Dinosaur Tracker Uncovers Some of World's Rarest Fossils

June Soh

Published November 03, 2012

Many Washingtonians would have difficulty relating their city to the age of the dinosaurs. But it's not a stretch for Ray Stanford. He believes dinosaurs took the region as their home more than a hundred million years ago. And he has amassed dinosaur foot prints -- from fossils -- that he found in the Washington suburbs. VOA's June Soh introduces us to self-taught fossil hunter, Ray Stanford.


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