Valley View Students Hunt Dinosaurs

February 09, 2017 | Joyce Freese

Valley View Adventist Christian School (Glendive, Mont.) students and teachers spent two half-days on a dinosaur dig last fall at nearby Baisch Ranch. They were instructed to "look low and slow as you go." Soon after beginning their search, a bone was discovered. It took hours to slowly remove it from the ground. The students were excited to be allowed to keep it. Though the bone was probably from an Edmontasaurus, the students immediately named it "Christiansaurus." They are working at school to preserve the bone so it can be displayed for years to come.