Paleontologist Pete Makovicky examines his team’s amazing new finds—the articulated tail, backbone, hips, and leg bones of a Cryolophosoaurus, a large, meat-eating dinosaur that once thrived in Antarctica. This is the ninth in a series of video reports documenting the team’s daily life and fieldwork during their expedition to Antarctica.

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Videographer/Editor: Pete Makovicky, Audio & Additional Editing: Bill Schmidt, Project Manager/Producer: Kimberly Singleton

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