CANTON, N.Y. - The fossilized remains of a champsosaurus, a crocodile-like animal that lived in swamps and ponds 65 million years ago, and a petrified tree stump that could only have existed in subtropical climates and swampy areas are among the discoveries made in North Dakota this summer by a group of St. Lawrence University (Canton, New York) undergraduates.
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