Velociraptor Skeletons at the Snakewater Dig-Site (S/F)

Raptor_skeleton.pngAt the Snakewater dig-site, two Velociraptor skeletons are seen. Both appear to be remarkably complete and well preserved, and both have (as stated by Dr. Ellie Sattler)¬†postmortem contraction of the posterior neck ligaments, meaning that their heads and necks became arched over their backs due to natural processes (ie- drying of the tissue/rigor mortise) after death. One of the skeletons is seen being uncovered by a team of paleontologists, while the other skeleton, is underground and is observed by the “fossil finder” Sonar device.