USA: army attacking dinosaur fossil land


Allosaurs and apatosaurs

From Eric Verlo’s blog in the USA:

The US Army at Fort Carson is trying to annex a million acres of Southeastern Colorado to test its new weapons.

The area is called Pinon Canyon and contains the longest extant dinosaur tracks anywhere.

The 150 million year-old Allosaur and Brontosaur tracks extend one quarter mile along the Purgatory River.

Come to the Colorado College meeting tonight, Tuesday September 19 at WES hall to learn how we can fight it.

New research on Coelophysis dinosaurs: here.

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