Fossils

Paleontology is a passion for Carol and I. We spend 3 months a year in Wyoming hunting for dinosaur and mammal fossils. While she is satisfied finding them, I also study them scientifically. The science of paleontology suffers from lack of data and it is very possible to discover a new species just walking around in the badlands.

A row of articulated dinosaur vertebraeA row of articulated dinosaur vertebrae
 Carol found this dinosaur leg bone. It's almost as big as she is! Carol found this dinosaur leg bone. It's almost as big as she is!
The rarest of all fossils, dinosaur skin impressions. Found on the 99 expedition now at the Field Museum in Chicago. The rarest of all fossils, dinosaur skin impressions. Found on the 99 expedition now at the Field Museum in Chicago.
 
This is the KT boundary where the dinosaurs died out. I study the possible connection between Gamma Ray Bursts and extinction events. This is the KT boundary where the dinosaurs died out. I study the possible connection between Gamma Ray Bursts and extinction events.
Preferably you find them dead. Preferably you find them dead.
Giant Triceratops skull in a Montana wall.Giant Triceratops skull in a Montana wall.