What Can We Learn by Looking Inside a Dinosaur Bone? | Detours | Prehistoric Road Trip
Go behind the scenes at the paleohistology lab at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana, where scientists cut into fossil bones to learn more about the animals that walked the planet millions of years ago. The museum’s curator, John Scanella, explains what we can learn by looking inside a bone, while lab manager Ellen Lamm demonstrates the process of cutting into a fossil. Learn more in the digital exclusive video above.