A trove of ancient bones from gigantic animals discovered in the Colorado mountains is providing scientists with a fascinating look at what happened about 120,000 years ago.
It’s not dinosaurs but in many ways it’s even more interesting; exploring a time when great creatures of the past and man began to interact.
Thousands of bones have made their way from Colorado’s high country to Denver, and on Tuesday scientists at the Museum of Nature & Science showed off the fossils.
There were more discoveries at that fossil dig site near Snowmass Village.
Researchers are in a race against time as they dig up Ice Age-era fossils in Western Colorado.
Even though winter won’t seem to end in Colorado’s mountains, researchers are already digging for fossils outside Snowmass Village.
Ice Age bones found in western Colorado are being shown off to lawmakers in Denver.