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Greg Dohler/The Gazette
Don Creveling (left), an archaeologist with the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, and Arnold Norden, a paleontology hobbyist from Greenbelt , look over the South Laurel site where, in 1991, Norden discovered a 5-foot long dinosaur bone. The area will be dedicated as Dinosaur Park on Monday, Oct. 26.