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The Dinosaur Capital of the World? New Jersey


The Garden State may be best known for the Turnpike and the Boss, but paleontolo­gists say it’s New Jersey’s fossils that really deserve top billing. The world’s first substantia­l dinosaur skeleton was found in Haddonfiel­d in 1858. And a few years after that, scientists dug up the first tyrannosau­r remains in nearby Mantua Township. the ted radio hour

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