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Edward Drinker Cope's Traveling Bones
May 11, 2017 at 11:04 am
It’s unusual for someone whose entire career is built on studying bones to have their own skeleton become the subject of adventure and controversy, but that’s exactly what happened to Edward Drinker Cope after the Bone Wars. He met a bitter and destitute end, but his bones continued to travel America 100 years after his death.
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