Since the ’80s, one name has been synonymous with adventure: Indiana Jones. The iconic film character has been envied and emulated by children, adults, and other fictional characters alike. With his hat and his whip, his brain and his brawn, and that amazing theme music, who hasn’t dreamed of being like Indy, roaming the world and hunting down treasure? One man, Roy Chapman Andrews, was very nearly the real thing. Though his adventures didn’t involve faces melting or hearts being torn out, they were still perilous and often produced artifacts of great significance. (For the complete article click the link below).
Roy Chapman Andrews: The Real Indiana Jones?
An article about the great explorer Roy Chapman Andrews. He fought off bandits in the Mongolian Desert and discovered Velociraptor as well as the first intact nest of dinosaur eggs.
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