A rancher with no connection to the University of Pittsburgh has given the school 4,700 acres (1,880 hectares) of land containing dinosaur fossils.
The university plans to maintain the Wyoming land, valued at $7 million (Ђ5.7 million), for students and researchers in geology, &to=http://english.pravda.ru/main/2002/11/20/39733.html' target=_blank>archaeology and other disciplines. The university plans to team up on programs there with the University of Wyoming and Pittsburgh's Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
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A shark attacked a killed a man in the sea on Dream Beach in Egypt's Hurghada resort.