Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, located in the San Rafael Swell, near Cleveland, Utah, contains the densest concentration of Jurassic-aged dinosaur bones ever found.
Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry has helped paleontologists learn a great deal about the Jurassic period, yet the site presents at least as many mysteries as it helps to solve.
In contrast to the cast replicas found in most museums, all but one are real fossils, all but one are real fossils, unearthed at the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry
about 30 miles south of Price (the Comptosaurus was cast from a skeleton found in the quarry).
Found in 1987, the egg comes from the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry
in Utah, a site that has yielded thousands of dinosaur bones.
You can continue east 13 miles on the dirt road to the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry
(follow signs from Cleveland), where more than 12,000 dinosaur bones have been unearthed since digging began in 1931.