I am partially through watching an old video entitled the "Dinosaur Mummy". This concerns the unearthing of a Hadrosaur fossil in North Dakota with a remarkable record of skin and organs. The programme follows the science of the mummy, later named Dakota after the two states in which it was discovered and is now exhibited.
The first results of this discovery was published in 2009 in Proc. Roy. Soc. B. Certain protein traces were discovered and an exposition of the entire organism indicated that the Hadrosaur was much more muscular than the skeleton indicated. It was also faster than palaeontologists had allowed for. Another clue from the scales rests with the thick skin covering the entire body made up of overlapping scales. This big old bird would have been much more difficult to bite and could outrun potential carnivores.
Dakota is now exhibited in the Dakotas.