Rim of tuff cone
Christmas trees in Phoenix.
My wifes (Laura) parent's house on the side of the South Menan Butte. Ed and Arlene Williams built their home on the back of an extinct volcano.
Unnamed Oviraptorosaur cast skull
Tyrannosaurus rex-the type specimen on the right and Peck's rex on the left
Corythosaurus casuarius cast skull from left side.
Mammal in the Jurassic period
Cast skull of Camptosaurus aphanoecetes.
Cast of Corythosaurus casuarius skull.
There are more than 80 vertebrae in the tail alone and almost all of them are real fossil.
Sculpted model of a life-sized Archaeopteyx
Diplodocus cast skull
Allosaurus fragilis cast skull. The CMNH specimen did not have a skull preserved.
Stegosaurus ungulatus skeleton
The last vertebrae in the tail
The strangely missing tail vertebrae in the middle of the tail section with the nueral arches still in articulation and bridging across this area.
Cast skull of Camarasaurus lentus. The fossil skull is currently housed in the CMNH collection for research purposes.
Ceratosaurus nasicornis cast skeleton
Dryosaurus altus skull
Adult Corythosaurus skull
Adult Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton. The first Tyrannosaurus ever collected and named-hence it is the type specimen and all other Tyrannosaurs must bow to its majesty.
Subadult Diplodocus skull collected at the Carnegie Quarry (Dinosaur National Monument).
Adult Diplodocus Carnegii with guards head
Adult Apatosaurus louisae giving Allosaurus the whip.
Adult Stegosaurus ungulatus
Adult Allosaurus fragilis in pursuit of baby Apatosaurus
Camptosaurus aphanoecetes, a new species of Camptosaurus originally collected from the Carnegie Quarry (Dinosaur National Monument).
Juvenile Apatosaurus louisae skeleton. The fossil material consists of several limb elements and a few other odds and ends. See if you can tell what is fossil.
Diplodocus skull with several cervical vertebrae still mostly articulated.
Adult Camarasaurus skull
Check out the braided trunk
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