Dinosaur Has National Audience
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    “Dinosaur Has National Audience,” Ensign, Jan. 1974, 141

    Dinosaur Has National Audience

    An hour-long color film showing the uncovering of bones belonging to the largest dinosaur ever found is headed for a national television audience following its premier theater showing in Delta, Colorado. Filmed on location at the Dry Mesa Quarry near Delta, the documentary features James Jensen, curator of Brigham Young University’s Earth Sciences Museum. Jensen, along with friends Eddie and Vivian Jones, seated above, spent six months digging at the site which also contains many other fossil remains. Much work has yet to be done to fully recover the dinosaur remains.