Support the KU T. rex project
KU Biodiversity Institute paleontologists and students are working on T. rex fossil material discovered near Jordan, Montana. In 2016, the team brought back dozens of fossils from the dig site, including a femur and teeth. Much of the material is on display at the KU Natural History Museum and is being studied. In 2017, the team hopes to return to the site to bring even more of the T. rex back home to KU.
Please support this month-long expedition to Montana with your tax-deductible contribution for the T. rex project. Gifts of any size help the team purchase everything from bottles of glue, brushes and plaster, to transportation and lodging costs. Thank you!
Please complete the form below and click on "Submit Donation" to make your tax-deductible donation.
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Biodiversity Institute & Natural History Museum
1345 Jayhawk Blvd.
Lawrence, KS 66045