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Caption This artist’s rendition shows an Oryctodromeus family. Oryctodromeus was the most common dinosaur in Idaho 98 million years ago and is well represented by numerous bones from the Robison Bonebed. (Art courtesy of L.J. Krumenacker).
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Caption This is a series of hip vertebrae from Oryctodromeus found at the Robison Bonebed. (Photo courtesy of the paleontology program of the U.S. Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, Curation of Paleontology Resources, and the Earth Sciences Division, John A. White Paleontological Repository, Idaho Museum of Natural History).
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Caption These are the types of animals whose fossils were found at the Robison Bonebed. All except the fish-eating theropod and fish are to scale. The silhouette of a human paleontologist (center) indicates approximate scale. (Image courtesy of L.J. Krumenacker).
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