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Museum hosts annual DinoFeast

Rich Hengst greets John Bird at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum DinoFeast on Friday. Bird is the bone lab manager at the museum and Hengst was the guest speaker for the evening, giving a lecture about how the skeletal structure of dinosaurs can give insight to how the animals breathed. That in turn leads to speculation into the maximum activity level of the dinosaurs and can be used to help determine other factors of the animals lifestyles, such as predatory habits and running speeds.





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