Students Name Triceratops Found At Construction Site 'Tiny'The rare Triceratops fossil found at a construction site in Thornton has a name: Tiny. Students at Brantner Elementary School named the 66-million-year old dinosaur.
'Tend To Be A Little Brittle': Scientists Remove Fragile Fossils From The GroundOne of the largest triceratops discoveries ever happened right in Colorado. Find out what happened in Thornton after the discovery was made.
Denver Museum Opening 'Ultimate' Dinosaur ExhibitA new exhibit opening at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science will offer dinosaur lovers a hands-on prehistoric experience.
Triceratops Discovery Set In Motion By Construction Site InspectorIt was nearing the end of summer when a construction site inspector noticed something out of the corner of his eye no bigger than a quarter that turned out to be something much bigger.
More Dinosaur Bones Discovered At Construction SiteEven more dinosaur bones have surfaced at the dig for Triceratops in Thornton. This is the latest in a series of fossil discoveries at the site in the past month.
Dinosaur Bones Found Near Big Discovery SiteMore Triceratops fossils were found Monday at the site of the big triceratops discovery last month in Thornton.
Tooth Of T. Rex Found At Triceratops Dig Site In ThorntonThe digging continues at the site of the big triceratops discovery in Thornton, and this week evidence of another dinosaur was found.
Take A Trip Back In Time To The Ice AgeTake a trip back in time thousands of years without a time machine or leaving Denver at the new "Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age" exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.