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Paleontologist Ed Landing points to a stone block in a 30-foot-high wall outside the New York State Museum.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Paleontologist Ed Landing points to a stone block in a 30-foot-high wall outside the New York State Museum.
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Do you watch ‘The Walking Dead’”? Ed Landing is thinking about flesh-eating zombies as he walks through the lobby of the New York State Museum. “If you look at the marble walls, this marble came from there,” he says. A paleontologist in the museum’s geological research department, Landing says the creamy white marble is of the type quarried in Georgia, close to where the first season of the AMC series was filmed. “That marble is ...

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