Christopher Noto

Christopher Noto

Apr 12, 2016

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About This Project

Texas was a very different place 95 million years ago. Dinosaurs and crocodiles dominated a lush coast, preserved as a rich fossil bed in Dallas-Forth Worth called the Arlington Archosaur Site (AAS). This site provides an unparalleled glimpse into life during the Cretaceous, but it is also threatened by urban development. With your support, we can continue researching this world-class site, while also incorporating outreach with broad educational impact on the surrounding community.

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