Dimetrodon Gives us a Nod
May 6, 2010 · 3 Comments

Model of a Dimetrodon photo credit: kaurjmeb Our new Fossil Hall will feature a trio of fin-backed predators from 285 million years ago, dug from the famous Red Beds of north central Texas. (If you would like to learn more about our expansion and how you can donate to the HMNS’s second century of science, […]

Texas Redbeds – Another 100 Year Anniversary to Celebrate!
December 9, 2009 · 1 Comment

Today our guest blogger is Kathy Zoehfeld. She is writes children books on dinosaurs, is very knowledgeable about paleontology, and often accompanies our very own Dr. Bakker and David Temple into the field. Another 100 Year Anniversary to Celebrate! November  2009–One Hundredth Anniversary of the Craddock Bone Bed In November 1909, exactly one hundred years […]

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