Colorado fossils go on display

DENVER — If you didn’t get a chance to see fossils from the 2010 dig near Snowmass Village, you will have another chance beginning this weekend.

A traveling exhibit is coming to Denver on Friday, and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science is contributing a selection of pieces from the Colorado excavation.

It will be the first time the majority of the pieces are on display.

The Colorado exhibit will include a bison skull, mastodon bones and giant ground-sloth fossils.

The exhibit runs through May 27.


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