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Dinosaurs

Finding the dinosaur fossils on a Montana ranch rare and exceptional, the Ninth Circuit ruled Tuesday that they qualify as “minerals,” meaning that the ranch's previous owners retain two-thirds of the mineral rights to them, under terms of the deed.

SEATTLE — Finding the dinosaur fossils on a Montana ranch rare and exceptional, the Ninth Circuit ruled Tuesday that they qualify as “minerals,” meaning that the ranch's previous owners retain two-thirds of the mineral rights to them, under terms of the deed.

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