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Have there been any dinosaur fossils discovered in ice?
Answer 1:

No, at least none have been found yet. Dinosaurs lived during a time on Earth when the planet was practically ice free. That is why there are so many dinosaur fossils in Utah and Montana which was a giant inland ocean during the Jurassic and Cretaceous.



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