A separate dated and timed ticket required for EACH temporary exhibition AND General Admission.
Sixty-five million years ago, lush palm-filled rainforests blanketed much of Colorado. During runway excavations at Denver International Airport, workers discovered giant “fish tails” and called the Museum. It turned out these structures were palm fronds, like the one above, and were in rocks that also contained a diverse array of lily pads and nut-bearing trees.
Ian Miller, PhD
Director of Earth and Space Sciences, Associate Curator of Paleobotany
Kristen A. MacKenzie, MS
Earth Sciences Collections Manager
Nicole Neu-Yagle, MS
Earth Sciences Assistant Collections Manager
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