In May 2019, a construction crew working outside Denver, Colorado uncovered what appeared to be the fossilized remains. fossils found in the state. In 2017, a different construction crew working.
· Dinosaur bones are unusual for the Denver area, especially that old, as most fossils found are from the Ice Age, which was between 10,000-12,000 years ago. So far, the skull, a second horn, and parts of the ribs and vertebrae have been carefully uncovered by scientists and volunteers from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Dinosaur bones found in Highlands Ranch likely 66 to 68 million years old An expert from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science discusses the recent discovery of dinosaur bones at a construction.
Scientists Say Fossils Found In Colorado Are From 68-Million-Year-Old Triceratops
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Scientists say dinosaur fossils found in Colorado are those of a 68 million years old triceratops rare baby dinosaur fossil is full of surprises Dinosaurs return to smithsonian fossil hall after 5.
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Scientists say dinosaur fossils found in Colorado are those of a 68 million years old triceratops Several weeks ago, construction workers digging near a Denver, Colorado, retirement home made a startling discovery: dinosaur bones.
(CNN) – Several weeks ago, construction workers digging near a Denver, Colorado, retirement home made a startling discovery: dinosaur bones. Paleontologists from the Denver Museum of Nature and.
· The bones found in Thornton also appear to be disaggregated, Sertich said. So this triceratops, he surmised, may have died and lain on the ground for a few days or weeks. “The bones.
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The Denver Museum of Nature and Science’s team of Paleontologists identified that the fossils which include a limb bone and some ribs are from an adult triceratops (three-horned dinosaur) which is believed to be 68 million years old. The construction workers found it in a rock layer earlier this May 15.