Pahang keeping an eye on dino site

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 19 Feb 2014

PETALING JAYA: Only 23mm long, the tooth said to belong to a dinosaur is the latest addition to Malaysia’s treasures and the state government in Pahang, where it was found, is guarding the excavation site like a hawk.

“Until the area is properly closed off, we cannot reveal the exact location of the site,” said Universiti Malaya Department of Geology associate professor Dr Masatoshi Sone, the lead researcher in the expeditions that started in September 2012.

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