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  • n. Any stratum containing bones


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  • Alberta scientists discover largest bed of dinosaur bones - The Globe and Mail: "Scientists in Alberta have discovered the largest dinosaur bonebed ever documented – along with evidence of massive carnage – near Hilda, 50 km north of Medicine Hat."

    Archive 2010-06-20

  • The particular site I had in mind was in northern Alberta at a place called Pipestone Creek, where a massive bonebed containing the remains of hundreds of Pachyrhinosaurs were discovered in 1972 and worked until quite recently.

    Life's Time Capsule: Making a Prehistoric Flood

  • These animals had all clearly been killed by a flood, and as it was pretty much just them in the bonebed they probably were all alive together before being killed aka a herd.

    Life's Time Capsule: Making a Prehistoric Flood

  • I would love to see that paper on the triceratops bonebed.

    Neoceratopsian publications for 2008

  • From what I understand there is going to be a paper on the first Triceratops bonebed in Journal of Vert Paleo sometime in the future.

    Neoceratopsian publications for 2008

  • A poster at SVP discussing the second known Triceratops bonebed, preserving a minimum of three individuals.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Over 800+ cataloged specimens from seven species of dinosaur, including the type specimen of the first Jurassic ankylosaur Mymoorapelta, have been recovered from this bonebed.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • The first Triceratops bonebed and its implications for gregarious behavior Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, 29 1, 286-290

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Dinochick Blogs: The first Triceratops bonebed ...

    The first Triceratops bonebed ...

  • I know I was thrilled when I found out about this site - finally, a Triceratops bonebed!

    Archive 2009-03-01


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