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Michael Chrest of Lincoln, N.D., takes a picture of his 4-year-old son, Jack, posing in front of a xiphactinus, a prehistoric predatory fish, on Monday in the Adaptation Gallery of the newly expanded and renovated North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck.Mike Nowatzki / Forum News Service

Galleries open at expanded N.D. Heritage Center

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BISMARCK — At 90 years old, Myron Pryor has a bit of history under his belt. He talks about how he found rings of stones marking where American Indian tepees once stood on his cattle ranch near the small town of Pingree in Stutsman County.

But age didn’t dull his appreciation for the fossils, artifacts and exhibits on public display for the first time Monday at the newly expanded and renovated North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck.

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Mike Nowatzki
Mike Nowatzki reports for Forum News Service. He can be reached at (701) 255-5607.
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