Best Dinosaur Tracks --Indoors
Since late last year, a portion of the world's largest collection of dinosaur tracks has been housed in a church basement. University of Colorado paleontologist Martin Lockley spenty twenty years making molds of dinosaur tracks from around the world; today the collection spans more than 300 million years. In addition to big, big footprints, the small, below-ground museum also features an interactive computer display and re-creations of a foot skeleton and the skull of a Tyrannosaurus rex; other items from Lockley's print collection are housed upstairs in St. Cajetan's as well as in rooms across campus.
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