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Published on Dec 16, 2010
Texas Tech scientists are using a CT scanner on an ancient crocodile skull to help identify various features of this prehistoric animal.
The CT scanner, located in Texas Tech's Department of Petroleum Engineering is normally used to scan rock core samples. A new collaboration between professors in petroleum engineering and the Texas Tech Museum now has the scanner looking at fossils and bones.