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Mongolian landscape at sunset - Khongorin Els sand dunes in the Gobi desert

Bolor wants to blow more Mongolian minds, but it’s a hard, lonely job that is only getting harder and lonelier because the paleontologists who worked alongside her father are retiring and there’s a dearth of qualified people to step into research and communication roles. That’s why she’s making plans to build a dinosaur museum in the Gobi Desert. It’s also why she got herself a bus.

A bus is great, but permanent dino infrastructure would be way better. Ultimately Bolor wants to erect institutions in each of Mongolia’s seven dinosaur-rich regions. The idea is that these institutions would become hubs for local dinosaur tourism economies that will give communities a reason to learn about dinosaurs and care about their preservation.

Read more on https://www.inverse.com/article/26944-bolortsetseg-minjin-mongolia-dinosaur-museum-paleontology-tarbosaur-gobi-desert

 

 

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