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Alamosaurus: A New Mexico Icon

Alamosaurus: A New Mexico Icon traces the origins of a massive sauropod with deep ties to the Land of Enchantment! 

This new exhibit showcases the bones, teeth, and other fossil material from Alamosaurus sanjuanensis, and explores the history behind its discovery in northwest New Mexico in 1921. This discovery not only unearthed one of the largest animals to ever set foot in what’s now New Mexico, but it also unlocked clues for how, when, and where this massive family of dinosaurs lived. 

Alamosaurus: A New Mexico Icon is located in Cretaceous Hall, on the 2nd floor of the museum. 

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