Day 3 of the Paleo - Geology Trip
Me checking out some exposed dinosaur fossils in the Cedar
(Thanks to Russ for the picture)
Dinosaurs fossils in outcrop of the lower Cretaceous Cedar Mountain Formation SE
All we brought back of dinosaur ones was pictures as you are not allowed to
Joe said 'behind every tree in this part of the country is a beautiful woman'.
Since trees are few & far between, a bunch of men explored this one :-)
Examining the Mancos Shale* (late Cretaceous seaway) and collecting marine
*Upper Cretaceous Period, late Cenomanian
through Middle Turonian. : 99-90 million years ago
Click here to see some of the marine
invertebrate fossils that we found here
A 'shade tree' comes in handy
On the road again..
Utah Field House of Natural History in Vernal - Steve Sroka
gives us a tour
Waiting outside of the Utah Field House of Natural History in
learning about goldfish breeding amongst other things.
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