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The Jurassic in Texas, US

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Paleontology and geology

The rocks of the Jurassic are virtually absent at the surface in Texas. Although not shown on this map, there are a limited number of exposures near Sierra Blanca, along Interstate 10 in far west Texas. These rocks are limestones, sandstones, and shales.

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Fort Worth Museum of Science and History: The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is a leader in informal science education and provides hundreds of programs aimed at engaging children and families in learning. DinoDigĀ® combines life-sized representations of dinosaurs with a large outdoor discovery area where visitors can become amateur paleontologists and dig for dinosaur bones. There is also a permanent exhibit of Texas dinosaurs featuring several mounted specimens.

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