Dinosaur dig in school playground

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Dinosaur remains from around 140 million years ago have been found under a school in West Sussex.

They were uncovered by builders and now the school has started its own dig.

They've already found dinosaur teeth, scales, and bone fragments - and they're still digging.

We sent Nel to join them on the dig.

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