Have you heard of the Hadrosaurus dinosaur? Well, if you've visited Haddonfield, NJ, there's a decent chance you have. You see, the Hadrosaurus is named for the town of Haddonfield where several decades ago, the first complete Hadrosaurus fossil was found. Apparently, the initial part of the fossil was found by a boy scout during an outdoor activity of some sort. The area around the find is more or less grown over with brush (as pictured), but a plaque is in place to commemorate the find. In all, I suppose it's just another good example of boy scouts doing good work which benefits us all!