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The Triceratops Gulch Project is operated like an informal paleontology field school, where participants are introduced to project-based paleontological field work that supports current research projects. You’ll be working with museum crews as they explore fossil sites of the Upper Cretaceous Lance Formation of Wyoming.and you'll have the chance to maybe make a huge discovery of your own! There are three programs available this season each of which is packed full to take full advantage of time out in the field. You’ll be collecting fossils both large and small, from the tiniest dinosaur teeth to the massive bones of a Triceratops—all of which will help to better understand the life of Late Cretaceous Wyoming. Finally, you’ll learn mapping and important field jacketing techniques for the safe recovery of fossils bones.