WP: Paleontologists have unearthed the mineralized soft tissue of a hadrosaur, complete with skin and flesh. It was spotted by sixteen-year-old Tyler Lyson in North Dakota back in 1999. Now a graduate student in paleontology at Yale, he returned there in 2004 to dig it up. Granted, this isn’t as cool as the tyrannosaur soft tissue discovered in 2005, but that’s setting the bar pretty high. The specimen will presumably end up at Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural History, established by my great-great-great-great uncle, George Peabody, for his nephew — my great great whatever — O.C. Marsh.