William Lee Sokes, professor of geology at the University of Utah, is working with a student assembling a dinosaur skeleton. Stokes grew up in Cleveland, Utah and reportedly discovered the fossil cache that became the Cleveland Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry while herding livestock as a boy. He later led the Princeton University excavation of this site in 1939-1941. Eight species of dinosaurs have been named for Lee Stokes. The quarry contains the densest concentration of Jurassic fossils ever found.
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