Welcome to the RMDRC’s paleo lab blog. We’re a working preparation, molding, casting and mounting lab in Woodland Park, Colorado. This blog is intended to give you a glimpse at more of the projects we’re working on both here and in the field than what we’re able to show in the monthly newsletter. Constructive […]
Pronounced (DRO-mee-o-SAWR-us) Dromaeosaurus albertensis is one of the rarest theropods from the American west. They were closely related to Velociraptor but significantly larger reaching lengths in excess of 6 feet. Known only from a collection of partial skeletons, this specimen represents the latest interpretation of its anatomy.
Local paleontologists stunned this afternoon as a CT scan took on a new role, unlocking the secrets of 66-million-year-old fossils. “Ultimately our goal is to create a picture of the past that over time becomes more and more complete and more and more accurate. And you do that by gathering tiny bits of information over […]
Greetings! We are coming close to wrapping up another field season at TPI and have made some exciting discoveries so far this summer. We have had so much luck in the chalk, it has been difficult to find time to make it northward into dinosaur territory. If you happen to be among our Facebook friends, […]
Very nice all the way around, from what’s displayed to the information on the tour. – Jeffrey – Utica, KS This place is fantastic, but we never would have known just how special without Lindi (tour guide). The fossils are great, but she is irreplaceable. We’ll be back with our friends often. Highlight of our […]