Journey Into Unexplored Dinosaur Country

Scouring almost two million acres in Utah in search of undiscovered dinosaur fossils is rugged business, and paleontologists have to improvise—for example, using toilet paper as a tool of fossil preservation. The work is challenging, but downtime at camp gives a chance for reflection and camaraderie. Read more about digging up Utah's dinosaurs online in National Geographic magazineScott Sampson's work was supported by a grant from the National Geographic Expeditions Council.