Home„The First Excavation
June 26,2007
After the cleaning, a skull fragment and two tooth fragments of an ornithopoda were discovered from the fossils collected.  Judging from the shape of the back bones,  the dinosaur found in Tamba is believed to be a member of a quite primitive relative of Titanosaurus.
March 21 and 22,2007
Two plaster jackets were put in the trucks and taken out.  Cleaning the area will continue until the end of March and the first excavation will end.  The second excavation research will be restarted on January 11.
March 7 and 14,2007
Back bone fossils were discovered.   Preparation to plaster the bones and removal began.
February 28,2007
February 21,2007
The excavation began.  Sifting to find fossils from the excavated soils was carried out on blue sheets.
February 15,2007
Hand digging started with the help of some volunteers.
January 25,2007
Excavation to remove overburden of sandstone and conglomerate layers from the fossil layer began.
January 23,2007
Presentation of the excavation plan was announced to the public, including local elementary school children  before commencing work .
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