Wyoming Day 9

At last, a full day of great weather!

There were no spectacular finds today, but a lot of steady progress. We removed a number of small, as-yet-unidentified bones, and made some new jackets, including a bottom jacket on the scapula.

Below is one of the more interesting bones that we removed today. This may be a chevron, one of the small bones that sit underneath the tail vertebrae.

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