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Vancouver Island twins find two 85-million-year-old dinosaurs 32 years apart (vancouversun.com)

Amateur paleontologist Pat Trask was walking along the banks of the Trent River, when he discovered what may be the fossilized remains of an elasmosaur, a small headed, long-necked creature with paddle-like limbs and a short tail.

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