A 66-million-year-old skull could unlock secrets about triceratops ( including Video )

by Luke Higgins

There’s more excitement than usual at Marco’s Pizza in Thornton, Colo., since news spread Tuesday that a rare dinosaur fossil was unearthed at a construction site up the street.

General Manager Daniel Perez, 24, who’s lived in the Denver suburbs all his life, called the discovery “one of the biggest, most exciting things” he’s ever experienced. So exciting, in fact, he is considering donating some pies to the researchers and security crews working at the site, hopeful they will reciprocate by offering a sneak peek at what paleontologists say is a 66-million-year-old adult triceratops.

“Whatever we can get,” Perez told The Washington Post on Wednesday, “we’ll take it.”

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