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Tag Archives: dinosaur tracks
About six miles north of the entrance to Arches National Park is the brand new dinosaur park known as Moab Giants. Among the park’s attractions are a dinosaur trail with dozens of life-size dinosaurs, a unique “5-D” aquarium featuring ancient … Continue reading
The earliest known dinosaur footprints in North America come from the Connecticut River valley, and thousands of tracks have been found in this large stretch of area that runs through Connecticut and western Massachusetts. One interesting place to see them … Continue reading
In the northwest corner of New Mexico, not far from where the border meets Colorado, Texas, and Oklahoma, sits a state park full of interesting dinosaur tracks. While relatively “off the beaten path,” Clayton Lake State Park is one of the … Continue reading
The Beneski Museum of Natural History is located on the campus of Amherst College in Amherst, Massachusetts. Although the museum is not well known nationally, it has a terrific collection of fossils, specializing in ancient mammals with some dinosaur highlights, … Continue reading
Wyoming is home to many famous dinosaur discovery sites, including the legendary fossil-bearing ridge from the Jurassic period known as Como Bluff. Several hundred miles to the northwest in this beautiful state lies a fairly recently discovered dinosaur tracksite, where … Continue reading
Some of the best preserved dinosaur tracks in North America can be found along a several-hundred mile stretch of the Connecticut River Valley. The best place to see them in situ is Dinosaur State Park in Rocky Hill, CT, located about … Continue reading
Some of the most easily accessible and dynamic dinosaur tracks in North America can be found just outside of Denver in Morrison, CO. Dinosaur Ridge has been designated a National Natural Landmark by the National Park Service and is located … Continue reading