Mary Higby Schweitzer

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American paleontologist

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Why Is Mary Higby Schweitzer Influential?

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According to Wikipedia, Mary Higby Schweitzer is an American paleontologist at North Carolina State University, who led the groups that discovered the remains of blood cells in dinosaur fossils and later discovered soft tissue remains in the Tyrannosaurus rex specimen MOR 1125, as well as evidence that the specimen was a pregnant female when she died.

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Mary Higby Schweitzer's Published Works

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