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Thomas Jefferson School of Law mentioned in Washington Post story on fossils

March 15, 2017

At first, the bones are hard to see in the chunk of fused pebbles that Patrick Sena is holding. But in a minute they appear: a piece of jaw with a yellowing tooth, and a bleached femur whose round end could hide under the head of a pin. They’re 28.5 million years old.  To read more, click here.