Paleontology is concerned with fossil animals and plants.
Located about 29 miles (by road) south of the Museum, this internationally famous dinosaur quarry is known for the large numbers of the meat-eating dinosaur bones excavated there.
When miners began removing coal from underground mines they began to uncover three- and four-toed dinosaur tracks that looked like the animal had been walking on the ceiling.
The Cedar Mountain Formation is one of the last major dinosaur-bearing formations to be studied in the United States.
The Cretaceous Sea, also known as the Cretaceous Interior Seaway, was a narrow, rather shallow sea that connected the modern Gulf of Mexico and modern Arctic Ocean.
A Geological Time Scale is a system of chronologic measurement relating to stratigraphy to time that is used by scientists.