Judith River


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Judith River

A river, about 200 km (130 mi) long, flowing from central Montana northward to the Missouri River.
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Paleontologists from Canada's Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) discovered the remains of a new species of dinosaur in the Judith River Formation of northern Montana, an ankylosaur that resembles the fictional monster Zuul from the 1984 movie, "Ghostbusters."
(http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsos.161086) A paper describing the species was published in the journal Royal Society Open Science, under the title "A new ankylosaurine dinosaur from the Judith River Formation of Montana, USA, based on an exceptional skeleton with soft tissue preservation."
Upham also made reference to taxa otherwise known from the Campanian Judith River Formation of Montana.
In that year, Calf Shirt was at the Judith River site where the United States government negotiated a treaty with the Blackfoot Nation and other tribes in the area.
We began day one of the hunt glassing a huge herd of elk along the Judith River. While finding the elk at daylight wasn't a problem, predicting which drainage they would choose to bed in was a roll of the dice.
Eventually, Hein connected with Nate Murphy, research director of the Judith River Dinosaur Institute in Malta, Mont.
I spent time with two: the Judith River Dinosaur Institute (JRDI), the organization excavating Griffen, and the Old Trail Museum, not the site of a large-scale dig, but where I could have the chance to make a large discovery of my own.
To contact the Judith River Dinosaur Institute, call 406/654-2323 or visit www.montanadinosaurdigs.com, or send e-mail to Nate Murphy: nmurphy@tcc-cmc.net.
"The odds of finding dino skin are way out there," says paleontologist Nate Murphy at the Judith River Dinosaur Institute in Montana.
We paddle past Judith River, which Clark named for his true love back East; farther upstream Lewis named the Marias River for his.
My invitation from Murphy, research director of the Judith River Dinosaur Institute in Malta, Mont., came late last year.
Last century, paleontologists described the first Americandinosaurs from fossil teeth found in Montana's Judith River Formation.