Dr. Whitmore brought seven advanced geology students from Cedarville to help investigate the dinosaur bones collection site
The Creation Museum in rural Cincinnati (Hebron, Ky.) will display the bones of Ebenezer, a world-class Allosaurus specimen on Saturday, May 24. The remains of the dinosaur were excavated from the Morrison Formation of northwestern Colorado.
John Whitmore, Ph.D., professor of geology at Cedarville University, was invited by Dr. Andrew Snelling of the Creation Museum to investigate the collection site in Colorado. Dr. Whitmore brought seven advanced geology students from Cedarville to help with the work. The work in Colorado, which allowed the students to learn more about the rocks where the dinosaur was found, provided a better interpretation of how Ebenezer was buried.
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Weinstein, Mark D., "Geology Students Assist with New Allosaurus Exhibit at Creation Museum" (2014). News Releases. 63.