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Fossil hunters angry at reckless plunder of sites
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Unscrupulous fossil hunters are destroying some of the world's most valuable and important scientific sites by using power tools and even dynamite to plunder collectable specimens worth thousands of pounds . . .

http://news.independent.co.uk/sci_tech/a...701312.ece
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To quote from the Sindy:

Now conservationists have put together the world's first code of conduct in an attempt to put an end to the destruction.

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lol the irony

May god go with you in all the dark places you must walk.
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