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Hargaï site: Piecing Together. Nearly 200 fossilized bones from different animals were used by scientists to rebuild a 2-D skeleton of Baluchitherium. A meter-long rod was placed between its limbs to give a scale. Background: the Zin massif (see caption of photo 4). Right: Jean Loup Welcomme, paleontologist at the University of Montpellier and director of the Mission Paléontologique Française au Balouchistan (MPFB).
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Hargaï site: Piecing Together. Nearly 200 fossilized bones from different animals were used by scientists to rebuild a 2-D skeleton of Baluchitherium. A meter-long rod was placed between its limbs to give a scale. Background: the Zin massif (see caption of photo 4). Right: Jean Loup Welcomme, paleontologist at the University of Montpellier and director of the Mission Paléontologique Française au Balouchistan (MPFB).
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