|Although Andrews had hired enough men to accomplish every scientific task, he also had taken on numerous Chinese as camp helpers. Two of these men became quite good at finding fossils and, during one off-season, were sent back to the museum in New York for further training. One of these men was nicknamed “Buckshot”. One day he found a three-foot long skull of an unknown beast. Named Anderwsarchus mongoliensis it is believed to have been an enormous creodont (carnivore.) Though it was thought to have been larger then the Alaskan brown bear all that is known of this ancient creature comes from this one skull.