Dinosaur National Monument reveals a 10,000-year record of intermittent human occupation, cultural development, and exploration from Paleo-Indian culture to the present.
Did You Know?
Paleontologist Earl Douglass first came to Utah looking for mammal fossils. He returned in 1909 and discovered an immense deposit of dinosaur bones, now protected at Dinosaur National Monument. Although made famous by dinosaurs, Douglass died preferring his beloved mammal fossils over dinosaurs.