Mesozoic era fossils and cast fossil replicas, including T. rex, Triceratops, Allosaurus, Struthiomimus, Acrocanthosaurus and more!
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These five baby Psittacosaurus are cast In Situ, which means they are displayed exactly as they were found.
Nicknamed 'Butthead', this strange dinosaur had a thick skull, possibly used for butting during mating rituals.
Denversaurus (Edmontonia) is a tank-like, plant-eating armored dinosaur.
The remarkable preservation of LEONARDO allows scientists to study, not only the bones, but soft tissue as well.
Camarasaurus sp. tooth replica collected from the Waugh Quarry
"TONI" is the only articulated, nearly complete baby sauropod known to science!
The most accurate three dimensional Archaeopteryx skeleton ever produced!
Velociraptor vs. Protoceratops - a re-creation of an actual discovery, with skeletons apparently locked in mortal combat.
Our premier specimen. There is nothing else like STAN™ anywhere!
This long-legged animal may have been the world's fastest dinosaur!
Hand claw from a strange toothless theropod.
Display poster is specifically designed to complement our Gorgosaurus sp. fossil replica skeleton exhibits. When coupled with its companion 'Skeleton' poster, it makes a complete exhibit.
This excellent Allosaurus skull with neck is cast from a nearly complete skeleton from the Howe Stephens Quarry near Greybull, Wyoming.
Acrocanthosaurus was the terror of the Early Cretaceous in North America.