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Bordering the states of Colorado and Utah is the Dinosaur National Monument which is best known and celebrated for being a site where a good number of dinosaur fossils was found. Declared as a National Monument in 1915, the site consists of 210,844 acres of land that will take the visitors by surprise for its scenic beauty and wondrous landscape.

Excavation is continuously ongoing in the Dinosaur National Monument. This is why it isn?t surprising why new remains are being found from time to time. The most recent discovery was found in February 2010. It was the fossils of a plant eating dinosaur.

The Dinosaur National Monument is open from spring to fall. It is closed to the public during the winter months due to the harsh climate in the area.
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