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Great Plains Dinosaur Museum and Phillips County Hospital team up to investigate 'Diplodocus' Dolly death with CT Scan in Malta


Mark Hebert

Setting up the CT Scan - last Wednesday night, Phillips County Hospital and Great Plains Dinosaur Museum staff met at the hospital to scan fossils from Dolly, a 'Diplodocus', for research purposes. Pictured are, from the left, Tammy Hubeny, Phillips County Hospital CT Tech, Emily Keeble, GPDM, Donny Bagley, Lab/X-Ray Manager, Amanda Hendrix, GPDM, and Cary Woodruff, GPDM Director of Paleontology.

The Great Plains Dinosaur Museum (GPDM) teamed up with the Phillips County Hospital and Family Health Clinic in Malta last week at the hospital to conduct CT Scans on "Dolly", a long-neck dinosaur species known as Diplodocus.

GPDM's Director of Paleontology, Cary Woodruff was joined by Museum interns Emily Keeble, of the United Kingdom, and Amanda Hendrix, hailing from Virginia, to meet up with Phillips County Hospital's CT Tech Tammy Hubeny and Donny Bagley, Lab/X-Ray Manager, to scan remains of "Dolly", which Woodruff is very familiar with.

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