National Geographic features HMNS and Leonardo

If you’ve been reading the blog, you’re up to speed on our Paleontology Department’s recent exploits in Montana. They were there to prospect around the site where Leonardo – the famous mummified dinosaur that will go on world premiere display at HMNS this fall – was discovered. And, they found several new sites, helped set up Malta’s newest dinosaur museum – where Leonardo will be on display after his visit to Houston.

Today, National Geographic posted a very cool story about Leonardo and our upcoming exhibit – it includes footage of the Montana expedition as well as interviews with Dr. Bakker and HMNS President Joel A. Bartsch. Check it out here – and let us know what you think!

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