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Name: David Wright
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Date: Around 1993


Question:
How do paleontologists know where to look for dinosaur bones?



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A couple of ways are to look in soil layers that are the age of the kind of bones one is looking for. Another way is to look in a soil layer in an area where other bones have been found previously.

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