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Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum


category : Museums
Exhibits include display of dinosaur fossils and casts; a complete replica of a 15-ft. mastodon, and much more. One of the unusual things the museum has is several specimens of enormous salamanders called metoposarus, some of which grew to lengths of 12 feet long. Other services include a coffee shop, gift shop, and conference hosting.


Hours: Hours Open: Mon. - Fri. year-round
Phone: 806-675-777

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Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum

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