The Denversaurus is the last of the armored dinosaurs and one of the largest. At 18' long, 6' wide and 5' high it is not only an impressive animal but one that comes from a family showing unique design features.
This one is a copy of the world famous "fish-in-a-fish" that was excavated by Sternberg in Kansas in the early 1950's. This exhibit plaque is 18 feet long and will be hung in the museum to show the sudden catastrophic nature of its burial which is consistent with the Flood of Noah's day.
The GD&FM excavated this Thescelosaurus on in 2006 and will be displaying a copy. The Thescelosaurus had no visible means of defense (except for a good strong pair of legs to run fast) and is one of the dinosaurs that comes from the Hell Creek Formation.
Charcharodon megaladon shark jaw for the GD&FM marine exhibit. This jaw will be 8.5' high by 9.5' wide.
This picture is of a short neck plesiosaur (Dolichorhynchops). Ours will be 15 feet long and join a baby plesiosaur in the marine exhibit.