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66 Million Years Young: Triceratops Fossils Found in Thornton

66 Million Years Young: Triceratops Fossils Found in Thornton

On Friday, September 8, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science hosted a public unveiling of fossils found in Thornton. A horn and shoulder blade of a Triceratops was unearthed at the construction site of Thornton’s newest city building in August. "I guess dinosaurs bring people together," museum dinosaur curator Joe Sertich said about the event. All photos by Kenzie Bruce.


On Friday, September 8, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science hosted a public unveiling of fossils found in Thornton. A horn and shoulder blade of a Triceratops was unearthed at the construction site of Thornton’s newest city building in August. "I guess dinosaurs bring people together," museum dinosaur curator Joe Sertich said about the event. All photos by Kenzie Bruce.
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