Western Washington University's George Mustoe, a paleontology researcher, and Dave Tucker, an adjunct research associate in the geology department at WWU, measure a sandstone slab, Monday, July 12, 2010, that contains a fossel track print of giant bird that lived 50 million years ago in what is now the foothills of Whatcom County. (The Bellingham Herald)
Western Washington University's George Mustoe, a paleontology researcher, and Dave Tucker, an adjunct research associate in the geology department at WWU, measure a sandstone slab, Monday, July 12, 2010, that contains a fossel track print of giant bird that lived 50 million years ago in what is now the foothills of Whatcom County. (The Bellingham Herald) The Bellingham Herald
Western Washington University's George Mustoe, a paleontology researcher, and Dave Tucker, an adjunct research associate in the geology department at WWU, measure a sandstone slab, Monday, July 12, 2010, that contains a fossel track print of giant bird that lived 50 million years ago in what is now the foothills of Whatcom County. (The Bellingham Herald) The Bellingham Herald

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