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Contorted and twisted, their bodies lie scattered across the barren Wyoming countryside like dead flies on a window sill. But these are no flies, these are dinosaurs. Measuring up to 80 feet long (the length of a trailer-truck), the once mighty brontosaurs now lie embedded in the cold western limestone of Sheep Creek.
Arched backwards, with their necks and tails twisted and curved above their backs, the 50-ton monsters look as if they died in agony. It must have been a muscle-pulling, head-twisting, bellowing kind of agony, to leave them so distorted and bowed. Dozens of similarly contorted bodies have been found in bone quarry after desolate bone quarry all over the west. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.