Dinosaurs rule in Malta


A Hi-Line paleontological group is looking to capitalize on what may be the most famous dinosaur in the world, and maybe expand north-central Montana's economy in the process.

The Judith River Dinosaur Institute is preparing duck-billed dinosaur Leonardo, found north of Malta in 2000, for display and study. Members hope that promoting Leonardo and the institute's other discoveries could put Malta, and other communities in the area, on the worldwide map.

"With all of our discoveries, especially with Leonardo, the mummy dinosaur, we've gotten international press," said Nate Murphy, curator of...

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