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Dinosaur dig a tough but rewarding job

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LANCE CREEK , Wyo. (AP) — The sun was minutes away from being straight up, high noon, the hottest hours of the day to come. A breeze, earlier cool and welcoming, threatened to become prairie wind — dusty and dry, sucking every drop of moisture from lips and the grass.

It was great for the sagebrush and cactus, though.

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