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    A California lawmaker wants to designate fossils found in Fresno County as the official state dinosaur. The fossils, discovered nearly 80 years ago, are now in a Los Angeles County museum.

A California lawmaker wants to designate fossils found in Fresno County as the official state dinosaur. The fossils, discovered nearly 80 years ago, are now in a Los Angeles County museum. Tim Sheehan The Fresno Bee
A California lawmaker wants to designate fossils found in Fresno County as the official state dinosaur. The fossils, discovered nearly 80 years ago, are now in a Los Angeles County museum. Tim Sheehan The Fresno Bee

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