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Caption Illustration by Elizabeth Freedman Fowler.
Contact Contact: Elizabeth Freedman Fowler, (406) 994-2251, eafreedman@gmail.com.
Caption During the summer of 2007, Freedman Fowler was leading a crew from the Museum of the Rockies in excavating a bed of earth near the town of Rudyard in north central Montana. The site contained fossils of duckbilled dinosaurs. A visiting school group discovered bones poking out of an old quarry originally worked by a group from the University of California Berkeley in 1981. Courtesy photo by Elizabeth Freedman Fowler.
Contact Contact: Elizabeth Freedman Fowler, (406) 994-2251, eafreedman@gmail.com.
Caption Elizabeth Freedman Fowler, an adjunct professor at Montana State University, looks over an assemblage of the skull of the Probrachylophosaurus, a new type of duckbilled dinosaur discovered by Freedman Fowler and a team from MSU's Museum of the Rockies. Courtesy photo illustration, photo by Denver Fowler.
Contact Contact: Elizabeth Freedman Fowler, (406) 994-2251, eafreedman@gmail.com.
Caption Elizabeth Freedman Fowler, an adjunct professor at Montana State University, holds a drawing depicting the new species of duckbilled dinosaur Freedman Fowler has helped uncover and detail. MSU Photo by Sepp Jannotta
Contact Contact: Elizabeth Freedman Fowler, (406) 994-2251, eafreedman@gmail.com.