Footprint fossils on display at NM museum

Fossils


ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – Some fossils found in New Mexico are now on display at the Museum of Natural History.

The fossils include an amphibians footprint that is 280 million years old and two dinosaur footprints found in Union County that are 100 million years old…

And a prehistoric camel jaw that is 15 million years old.
Museum and government officials were at the museum this morning to ask for more funding to protect pieces of natural history like these.

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