Last week paleontological finds sent from the United States were moved to the Museum of Natural History. Thanks to Mongolian Government's constant collaboration with the U.S. Homeland Security Agency, and U.S. Customs and Border Protection Administration as of 2016, Mongolian Ambassador to the U.S. Yo. Otgonbayar and the United States Delegate On 26 September 2019, the Ministry of Homeland Security, Mr. Robert Bartolo, signed an agreement on returning the precious remains without dispute. As the agreement came into force, Protoceratops, Tarbosaurus bataar and Gobihadros dinosaurs transferred to Mongolia possession of the fossil heritage or stolen fossils, and the Mongolian Embassy in the United States on June 24 arranged safe transport and delivery of findings to Mongolia on a charter flight from the United States. On June 30 a working group got the paleontological results. Bringing the illegally sold rare findings back home is of great significance. The most important and primary basic information on these findings for paleontological study, including when and where the findings were discovered and from which earth layer the findings were excavated, is lost, and these facts should now be defined and verified in accordance with international standards.