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.