Paleontology is the hardest field of any kind of scientific studies.
There are many reasons, one is not only do they dig up bones, but they also collect teeth,
claws, skin, hair, fish scales, eggshells, tracks, insects, leaves, dinosaur nests, and even
microscopic pollen. They also don't just find and collect different specimens, they also
study the fossils, the rocks the fossils are buried in, the rocks they also lie above, below,
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You must be
able to know many different things and know that new discoveries about an old
specimen may be found out at any time. The types of dinosaurs change to meet its
needs to live a particular way. Like humans, raptors were successful because of the way
they interacted with each other and hunted. Like cows, Sauropods lived alike as well,
constantly searching for food and serving as food for the more intelligent creatures.