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Arrests Made in Dinosaur Bone Theft Case: Valuable Fossils Stolen from Federal Land

by Sonia Park
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A significant breakthrough has been made in the case of stolen dinosaur bones and other valuable paleontological materials from federal land in southeastern Utah. Four individuals, including two Utah residents, one from Los Angeles, and another from Oregon, have been arrested and charged with violating the Paleontological Resources Preservation Act. The theft of approximately 150,000 pounds of paleontological materials, including dinosaur bones, has an estimated value of about one million dollars. Moreover, the illegal activity has resulted in an additional three million dollars in costs for restoration and repair.

The discovery of this paleontological crime is a result of. . .

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