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Exhibit Spotlight: Ceratosaurus nasicornis

Weird and wonderful, Ceratosaurus has perplexed paleontologists and pleased popular perceptions for 132 years. It also abets awful alliteration, apparently. […]
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Tyrannomimus fukuiensis

Paleontology Newsflash: Tyrannomimus fukuiensis

Japan scores another new dinosaur, and this one has been a long time coming. For years, the prolific dinosaur sites […]
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Guest Factoid: Massospondylus

Greetings. I am the Massospondylus. The mass is only in my name--I myself am lean and lithe, perfect for a […]
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Why Does Utah Have So Many Dinosaurs

Why Does Utah Have So Many Dinosaurs?

Utah, a state known for its breathtaking landscapes and natural wonders, also holds a remarkable distinction - it is home […]
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Common Gemstones In Utah

Utah, a state known for its stunning landscapes and geological wonders, is also home to a rich variety of gemstones. […]
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gems and minerals

A World Of Gems And Minerals: The Enchanting Exhibits At Ogden’s George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park Indoor Museums

Welcome to Ogden’s George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park Indoor Museums, where you can explore the Stewart Museum of Paleontology and […]
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Guest Factoid: Dryosaurus

Dem bones, dem bones, dem DRY-osaurus bones! John Michalski is a graduate from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee with a […]
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Paleontology Newsflash: Ulughbegsaurus uzbekistanensis

Well, Calvinosaurus it ain't. Dinosaur silhouettes modified from, used under Creative Commons September 15, 2021—Ulughbegsaurus and the Myth of […]
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majungasaurus dinosaur

Guest Factoid: Majungasaurus Dinosaur

Image Credit: Jaime A. Headden (User:Qilong), CC BY 3.0 <>, via Wikimedia Commons John Michalski is a senior geology major […]
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Guest Factoid: Prosaurolophus

Image Credit: McGarrity, C. T., Campione N. E. , and Evans D. C. (2013) "Cranial anatomy and variation in Prosaurolophus […]
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Paleontology Newsflash: Spectrovenator ragei

TAPS. We're here to help. With four new dinosaur species announced from South America this October, this might be the […]
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Paleontology Newsflash: Paraxenisaurus normalensis and Stellasaurus ancellae

There's a starsaur waiting in the ground/ He'd like to come and meet us/ But he thinks he'd blow our […]
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At the Dinosaur Park, we are dedicated to preserving the natural history of our planet and inspiring curiosity and wonder about the world around us. By getting involved and participating in our educational programs and events, you can learn more about prehistoric life, geology, mineralogy, and the natural world.
Plan your visit to The Dinosaur Park today and discover the wonder and excitement of the prehistoric world. We look forward to welcoming you to our park!
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