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UINTA PALEONTOLOGICAL ASSOCIATES, INC. 
Recent Digs - Photo Galleries - Slow Eagle Quarry

On June 21, 1999, Evan Hall, Vice-President and Director of Field Operations for Uinta Paleo discovered a sauropod believed to be around 150 million years old while monitoring the right of way for a pipeline for Williams Company, an energy and communications company. Related stories and pictures can be found by going to www.williams.com and looking at their recent news articles.

--Click on the pictures below to see a larger version--


Slow Eagle Pic 1
Slow Eagle Pic 2
Slow Eagle Pic 3
Slow Eagle Pic 4

Ingersoll-
Randasaurus
airhammerii

We have bone!
The bones emerge.
150,000,000
Year-Old
Drumstick


Slow Eagle Pic 5
Slow Eagle Pic 6
Slow Eagle Pic 7
Slow Eagle Pic 8
The bonebed
expands.
Undercutting
the bones.
Testing for
reflexes.
Decisions,
Decisions!


Slow Eagle Pic 9
Slow Eagle Pic 10 Slow Eagle Pic 11 Slow Eagle Pic 12
Diggin' up bones...
we're diggin'
up bones...
Pelvic block
pedestals.
In the belly
of the beast.
Father-daughter
paleo team.


Slow Eagle Pic 13
The Slow Eagle Quarry


Slow Eagle Pic 15
Slow Eagle Pic 16
Slow Eagle Pic 17
The hallowed halls
of Slow Eagle.
Plastered
in the field.
The Skeleton
Crew


All images are copyright (c) 1999 Uinta Paleontological Associates, Inc. 
No unauthorized reproduction or transmission is permissible.