Paleontologists are wrapping up their first excavation in 30 years inside a bizarre cave in northern Wyoming thought to hold the remains of tens of thousands of ancient animals. They're not entirely sure yet what they've found in two weeks of digging at Natural Trap Cave,
My friend Mandy Fry and The Hector Foundation know that many attendees of the Beartrap Summer Festival will bring their pets. So they've come up with some suggestions that hopefully makes your pets meadow experience one to remember.
Their bark is worse than their bite. In the most "all talk, no action" example you will ever see, two dogs bark like crazy at each other without seeming to realize they could get physical since the fence separating them ends.
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