Dr. Carl Baugh, Director of the Creation Evidence Museum, began his excavation project on the Paluxy River in Glen Rose, Texas in March 1982. Since that time, Baugh, along with teams of volunteers, has uncovered over 400 dinosaur tracks and over 80 human footprints in Cretaceous limestone. Lepidodendron, were also found on the Paluxy River.
Excavations at other sites in the United States have also yielded a wonderful collection of fossils. Future web site updates will include an on-going pictorial history of the excavations. The pictures below are from the early years.
Dr. Carl Baugh excavates
the rib cage of the
Excavation of the femur
of the Acrocanthosaurus dinosaur
by Carl Baugh and Robert Summers.
The Turnage Patton Trail is found in the Paluxy River in Glen Rose Texas. The trail of dinosaur tracks measures 527 feet in length and consists of 157 total tracks. This trail is the single longest contiguous dinosaur track way existing on the North American Continent!
Read the article by Aaron Judkins "FOOTPRINTS IN TIME"
In June, 2000, we excavated 19 new dinosaur tracks...including 11 sauropod tracks. This is the first sauropad trackway found on the McFall layer.
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