Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR09 - (Dino-Hip-Discovery)

EDMONTON. x-10s. A University of Alberta paleontology student's discovery of a dinosaur pelvis has led to two new species classifications -- one of which has been named after the student's late mother. Aaron van der Reest says toward the end of his mother's life, they talked about how his inheritance could be used for van der Reest to go back to school to study paleontology.

("...would choose.") (SOURCE: The Canadian Press)

TAG: It was first thought that the pelvis van der Reest found belonged to a species known as Troodon formosus (TROO-oh-don for-MOH-sus). But further research found that's no longer a valid classification and two new species have taken its place. …

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