Rocks on Rocks on Rocks

Today was full of a lot of things, including steep hills, slippery rocks, and a lot of falling. But it was also full of amazing views and lots of croc and theropod teeth. Once we made it to the site, we were able to do some prospecting and most of us were able to collect some teeth and bones on the surface that had been exposed from erosion, before venturing out to find new sites. I haven’t felt this tired in a long time, but it was so worth it to be able to hike through the millions of years of rock formations and to be able to be able to collect fossils I hadn’t seen yet! 

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