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College Student Discovers 65 Million-Year-Old Triceratops Skull

Ah, college. A time of learning, growth, and, mostly, eating bargain store ramen. Most of us are lucky to make it out with a diploma in hand and some great experiences. What almost all of us can agree on, though, is that it’s hard to achieve huge, monumental success while at university. College student Harrison Duran did manage a prehistoric achievement while still in school. The fifth year student managed to discover a partial Triceratops skull during his summer break.

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College Student Discovers 65 Million-Year-Old Triceratops Skull
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    College Student Discovers 65 Million-Year-Old Triceratops Skull

    College Student Discovers 65 Million-Year-Old Triceratops Skull

    According to CNN, the University of California, Merced biology student unearthed a 65 million-year-old skull while excavating in North Dakota.

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