National Geographic Virtual Dig

National Geographic Virtual Dig If you've never had the privilege of unearthing dinosaur remains, this may be the next best thing. This feature by National Geographic provides users with an opportunity to conduct their own virtual dig. Chip away at the earth with a hammer, brush away the dust, then ship your crate
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National Geographic Virtual Dig


If you've never had the privilege of unearthing dinosaur remains, this may be the next best thing. This feature by National Geographic provides users with an opportunity to conduct their own virtual dig. Chip away at the earth with a hammer, brush away the dust, then ship your crate off to the lab. Three different locations are available in this remarkably detailed interactive exercise.

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