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February 2018 Newsletter(0)

February 13, 2018

FROM THE EDUCATION DESK FYI: This remarkable fossilized skeleton was discovered in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in southern Utah. It was airlifted by helicopter on October 15, 2017, and delivered to the Natural History Museum of Utah where it will be prepared and studied. It is approximately 76 million years old and is likely […]

January 2018 Newsletter

FROM THE EDUCATION DESK Can you believe that January is here already! Many people have remarked to me that 2017 went much too fast. I hope that 2018 goes a little slower and that we will all have time to enjoy this coming year with our friends and families doing the things which give us […]

December 2017 Newsletter

FROM THE EDUCATION DESK December is here and for me this year has gone all too soon and so very quickly!   FYI: During the early Jurassic period, a baby marine reptile gorged itself on squid and then abruptly died. Roughly 200 million years later, paleontologist Dean Lomax was examining this creature’s fossilized remains at […]

November 2017 Newsletter

FROM THE EDUCATION DESK Hopefully all of you got to come to the museum and see our cool Halloween decorations. We had a great time putting them up for you and everyone seemed to really have fun. FYI: Sinosauropteryx is a small feathered dinosaur which lived during the early Cretaceous period, was about 3 ¼-4ft […]


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