Dinosaur replicas get a permanent home at San Juan College

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Dinosaur replicas get a permanent home at San Juan College

Sherman Dugan Museum of Geology features six full-size replicas
The Albertosaurus sarcophagus replica is one of six dinosaur replicas created by Triebold Paleontology Inc., for The Sherman Dugan Museum of Geology at San Juan College in Farmington.
The juvenile Agujaceratops is one of six dinosaur replicas recently installed at The Sherman Dugan Museum of Geology.
The Oreodont named “Mery” was scanned by Triebold Paleontology for future inclusion in its specimen collection.
Six dinosaur replicas of species found in the San Juan Basin were recently installed at The Sherman Dugan Museum of Geology at San Juan College.

Dinosaur replicas get a permanent home at San Juan College

The Albertosaurus sarcophagus replica is one of six dinosaur replicas created by Triebold Paleontology Inc., for The Sherman Dugan Museum of Geology at San Juan College in Farmington.
The juvenile Agujaceratops is one of six dinosaur replicas recently installed at The Sherman Dugan Museum of Geology.
The Oreodont named “Mery” was scanned by Triebold Paleontology for future inclusion in its specimen collection.
Six dinosaur replicas of species found in the San Juan Basin were recently installed at The Sherman Dugan Museum of Geology at San Juan College.
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The Sherman Dugan Museum of Geology at San Juan College, 4601 College Blvd., Farmington, is open to the public, free of charge, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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