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Howe Dinosaur Quarry – Wyoming’s Jurassic Treasure
Howe Dinosaur Quarry, near Shell,
site was first excavated in the early 1930's by Dr. Barnum Brown, Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology at
The Howe Quarry has yielded remarkably complete skeletons of a number of different dinosaur species, including Stegosaurus and Diplodocus. Two rare Jurassic-age trees in remarkable condition were also recently discovered.
Big Al II mount
The Howe Quarry is usually active during the month of August and part of September. This site is closed to the public at this time pending the resolution of a controversy between the property owners. Find out more about the Siber Team’s Howe Quarry discoveries at their Saurier Museum website.
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