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日期:2019-05-10 09:49

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This year will see one of the world's biggest ever dinosaur digs. Paleontologists from across the globe will go to a special site in the U.S. state of Wyoming to join the dig. A paleontologist is someone who studies fossils. The dig is called Mission Jurassic. Researchers from the USA, England and Holland will join the Mission Jurassic team. They will try to find bones from dinosaurs that lived in the area 150 million years ago, in the Jurassic Era. The site of the dig is known as the Jurassic Mile. It is roughly 2.6 square kilometers in size. Scientists have already uncovered many interesting things over the past two years. These include dinosaur footprints, plant fossils and the bones of a 30-metre-long Diplodocus.

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The bones found at the dig will go on display in Indianapolis - at the world's largest children's museum. Professor Paul Barrett, a researcher at the museum and a co-leader of the dig, said: "This is an area that hasn't been...extensively studied....The hope is to find new material of previously described species and, if we're lucky, new species of dinosaurs and the animals and plants that lived around them." Another museum professor, Richard Herrington, said: "This site offers a rare opportunity to build a picture of what the real Jurassic ecosystem would have looked like 150 million years ago." He hopes to find fossils, "from plants and invertebrates to ancient crocodiles, mammals, lizards and marine life".

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1.Scientists have already uncovered many interesting things over the past two years.

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uncover 发现

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2.The bones found at the dig will go on display in Indianapolis - at the world's largest children's museum.

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on display 展览

Some of her most famous photos are on display in this exhibition.
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参考翻译

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今年将见证世界有史以来最大的恐龙挖掘项目之一m3o0YL!6]Q=cy@g!92)。来自世界各地的古生物学者将前往美国怀俄明州某地参与挖掘0S~v)H+3wtovL。古生物学者是研究化石的人M)sMLT1qN1WqpCKl。此次挖掘项目被称为“侏罗纪任务”J83i_MnWwoPAj。来自美国、英国和荷兰的研究人员将加入“侏罗纪任务”团队u^Y_|^MD.4i!3zB.4。他们将寻找生活在1.5亿年前侏罗纪时代的恐龙的骨头S[Xp!XC7Aa。挖掘地址被称为Jurassic Mile,约有2.6平方公里9KyAbFoj6nfnP。在过去20多年中,科学家们在这里已经发现了很多有趣的事情mf1~P*@Ee1E~dUD=!#7f。其中包括恐龙的脚印、植物化石以及一只30米长的梁龙的骨头Z,9;uV(3Y,SvDi2

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在该地挖掘出的骨头将在位于印第安纳波利斯的世界上最大的儿童博物馆展览5O6cH6q&zV*W6|MUa6。博物馆研究员兼该项目联合领导人保罗·贝莱特教授表示:“这块区域还没有被广泛研究...我们希望能发现先前描述物种的新材料,如果幸运的话,还能发现生活在此的恐龙、动物和植物新种类(Y]9=#2Z&.5IU;]J。”博物馆另一位教授理查德·赫林顿表示:“该地为我们提供了一次难得的机会,让我们描绘出1.5亿年前侏罗纪生态系统的真实样貌t5IU8@j+va+[qwr。”他希望能发现“植物、无脊椎动物、古鳄鱼、哺乳动物、蜥蜴和海洋生物”的化石8Kz_^-+)imo@@mn

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