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Children of University of Pittsburgh researchers, Alex Galick, 9, tosses a stick over the heads of Emma Capo Stewart, 13, brother Owen Capo Stewart, 3, in the yard of rancher Allen Cook. Cook recently donated a large piece of his Wyoming ranch to the University of Pittsburgh for research. The ranch property features cretaceous rock formations preservibg dinosaur fossils, high-plains grassland ecology and interesting tectonic geology for study by the students and faculty of Pittsburg, the University of Wyoming and the Carnegie Museum. (photo/Kevin Moloney)
Children of University of Pittsburgh researchers, Alex Galick, 9, tosses a stick over the heads of Emma Capo Stewart, 13, brother Owen Capo Stewart, 3, in the yard of rancher Allen Cook. Cook recently donated a large piece of his Wyoming ranch to the University of Pittsburgh for research. The ranch property features cretaceous rock formations preservibg dinosaur fossils, high-plains grassland ecology and interesting tectonic geology for study by the students and faculty of Pittsburg, the...
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