The Badlands of North Dakota have some of the richest deposits of fossils on the planet. Wind, water, and time have eroded the hills, exposing the final resting place of the last dinosaurs in North America. For Tyler Lyson, the Badlands aren't just where he grew up — they are his backyard. Every year Tyler takes volunteers through the Hell Creek formation, a group of amateur fossil hunters who learn the trade of fossil hunting on the job. This year, Tyler and his group unearth a six-foot long triceratops skull, thought to be one of the most complete specimens ever found.