Part of a stone embedded in 200 million years ago, sea lions mouth archaeologist gold? Scott recently discovered at Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles subway station construction site 70 feet deep, confirmed the prehistoric dinosaurs are not the only organisms exist in Los Angeles.
According to reports, paleontologists at the subway station found some fossil mollusks, sea urchin covered with asphalt, a few pieces of driftwood and Monterey cypress fruit, but the most exciting part is that Scott discovered 200 million years ago, sea lions mouth and strain of 10 feet (about 3 meters) long now exists only in a pine forest in central California.
“Los Angeles Times” published the Scott team’s findings and provide a photo, writer Masha Ge? Rove (Martha Groves) cleverly called “Earth spit out a bunch of huge prehistoric treasure.”
It is reported that the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Peggy Scott Museum and Cogstone team are working hard to protect all things found. Los Angeles subway station construction project has therefore been slow.