"Everything we have here is about 40 million years old." Alligator teeth and other large animal fossils, millions of years old has been discovered right here in Laredo. "So this is part of a rhino jaw from a hippo looking rhino. It had short legs like a hippo. This is it's first molar tooth. You got yours when you were six. This is its second molar tooth, it just started to come up but was warn, you got yours when you were twelve." These were discovered here at the spill area of Lake Casa Blanca over the past two decades and this has drawn the attention of 20 German students. "Other fossil remains will be trapped in the oyster bank and there we have found some remains of turtles for example or rodents and we've also found a very nice shark tooth." All that was discovered here, by Lake Casa Blanca Monday. Scientist Jim Westgate said he's been coming to Laredo since 1984 and one of his more interesting finds came about three years ago. "We just realized one of the primate fossils teeth that we have, that we haven't been able to identify was from a fossil Lemur, and you guys just got a new baseball team named the Lemurs because of the fossil lemurs that lived here back then." The scientists presented their findings to the public Tuesday in hopes of inspiring young kids to enter into the field of Science.