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Northern B.C. dig finds outerspace rock

The community of Tumbler Ridge may want to add exploding meteors to this image after a recent discovery at a dinosaur dig site. (Photo: trmf.ca/James Whiddon)

A dinosaur digger has turned his eyes to the stars.  That's because Richard McCrea, who is the curator of paleontology at the Tumbler Ridge Museum, found space rock at a recent dig.  He speaks with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata.

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