Imagine a world of giant carnivores. Pteranodon soaring through the air, herbivores reaching several stories high, diplodocus up to 90 feet in length. This was reality in the Rocky Mountains during the Mesozoic Era, known as the Age of the Dinosaur; 65 to 250 million years ago. An inland sea once existed where the Rocky Mountains are now. Ancient rivers carried Dinosaur carcasses downstream to this sea; their bones settled in the sand eventually turning to rock. As a result, fossils from hundreds of creatures are concentrated in a relatively small area. Identifying each Dinosaur fossil takes time and expierence.
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