Dinosaur National Monument 

  The Dinosaur Quarry serves as the area's museum, the building encloses the fossil-bearing rock layer. Over 1,600 dinosaur bones have been uncovered and left in place to form a permanent exhibit. A self guided nature trail and auto tour route allow you to learn more about the geology, flora, and fauna of the area at your leisure.
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Dinosaur National Monument is located in northwest Colorado and northeast Utah, straddling the border of these states. About two-thirds of the park is in Colorado. Dinosaur is 210,000 acres in size; plenty of room for you to find solitude, magnificent scenery, hike a wild landscape, and renew your relationship with nature.
 

  
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