DINOSAUR PROVINCIAL PARK
The Columbia Icefields are the largest and most easily accessed Icefields in North America.
DINOSAUR PARK FORMATION
The low-energy estuarine environments helped build the current formation and preserve abundant vertebrate fossils.
WEATHERING & EROSION
Fossils found at Cuckold Creek:
Pecten (Chlamys) Madisonius
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