An armored nodosaur that drowned 110 million years ago! A This is a type of armored dinosaur that existed during the Cretaceous Period. It is one of the best-preserved dinosaur fossils ever excavated, in terms of its size & 3D condition. Not only are the armor-nodules & spikes preserved in their life proportions, but the remains of their keratin sheaths & even overlying skin have survived. It is believed to have had a reddish skin color!
North of Moab, Grand County, Utah Photographer: Carole McCalla A theropod dinosaur track at the Copper Ridge Sauropod Tracksite. This Jurassic-age site includes the first sauropod tracks reported in Utah.