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Topic - Steve Jabo
Years of scraping away stones and sifting through loose dirt taught Dave Hacker some valuable lessons on fossil finding. So when the recent storms dumped nearly 10 inches of rain on the area, the Silver Spring resident grabbed his trowel and headed to the Dinosaur Park in Laurel to see what he could find.
As Mr. Jabo delicately shoveled a mixture of wet soil, clay and wood away from the large fossil, he told curious onlookers the type of bone Mr. Hacker unearthed will be quickly identified, but narrowing it down to a type of dinosaur could take time.
HANDLE WITH CARE: The Smithsonian's Steve Jabo (left) explains how to unearth a dinosaur fossil to volunteer Dave Hacker of Silver Spring, who made the discovery at the Dinosaur Park in Laurel.