Dinosaur bone washed up on Welsh beach may be oldest ever found

Dinosaur bone washed up on Welsh beach may be oldest ever found; WALES: Vale of Glamorgan: EXT Various of brotjers Nick and Rob Hanigan walking along stretch of beach where they found what may be the fossil of the world's oldest dinosaur Cardiff INT Dinosaur fossils found by Nick and Rob Hanigan Vale of Glamorgan: EXT Rob Hanigan (Fossil hunter) interview SOT


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Clip #:644908548HD
Date created:21 January, 2016
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