Like many young kids, Harrison Duran grew up with a fascination for dinosaurs. His interest eventually led him to studying the prehistoric beasts at college. This, in turn, gave him the chance to participate in a paleontological dig at the Hell Creek Formation in North Dakota. During these works, the student was traipsing through the fossil-laden grounds when he noticed something poking out of the ground. This, as it happened, was a clue to a shocking discovery beneath the dirt.