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An ancient treasure is hidden in the rock beds of our corner of the vast Chihuahuan Desert. Millennia of geological activity has changed the wet environment to an extreme and arid desert, but with a trained eye, we can still see the evidence of an ancient dinosaur beach here today.
Join one of our docents for a personal tour of the DinoTracks near Sunland Park.
World's Largest Dino Tracks Found in Real-Life 'Jurassic Park'
We have trails with various footprints from the Cretaceous Period. Visitors can also visit a fossil bed with massive trackways where it looks as though a herd passed through. Tours last about three 3 hours and accommodate all ages.
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Topics we can cover include:. On the first Sunday of every month, Insights will offer a guided public tour of our DinoTracks.
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First Sunday tours offer an active learning experience suitable for the whole family. Click the above link to find out more information about this series and to book your tour.
Are you an educator interested in taking your class on an educational DinoTracks tour? This information is important for estimating how fast the dinosaurs were walking and how big they were by measuring the distance between their footprints.
Originally, Caldwell and Radovcic went to the island of Hvar to search for fossils of marine lizards and snakes. Fossils of these animals were first found more than hundred years ago on the island of Hvar and were studied by D.
The goal of the project was to find more lizard fossils and to study the 90 million year old rocks of Hvar to learn more about the ancient environments in which they were deposted, and in which the animals lived. While the team of paleontologists did not find any fossil lizards, they did find other fossils, and of course, they found the dinosaur trackway.
The international team of scientists explored the Cretaceous rocks of Hvar with financial assistance from the National Geographic Society's Committee for Research and Exploration. Michael Caldwell can be reached at or mwcaldwell ualberta.