Walking a Tightrope in Alaska

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Kikak-Tegoseak with jackets

At the site, Tony Fiorillo (top, with the right kind of boots) and his colleagues drape plaster-soaked cloth over fossils, including a complete skull of a Pachyrhinosaurus. After hardening, the jackets protect the fossils during the long journey back to Tony's lab at the Museum of Nature & Science in Dallas.

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