How are dinosaur fossils dug up? Complete General Knowledge Question and Answer for Class 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 Students CBSE Exams.

How are dinosaur fossils dug up?

Fossil experts or paleontologists first clear the overlying rocks where the fossil was found. The bones are then photographed, measured and their position recorded. Then they are dug up, covered in paper and plaster and left to dry. The plaster coat is to protect the bones during transportation to the museum.

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