MORRISON, Colo. (KDVR) — In Colorado, you will find tracks from many types of animals throughout the state. Even some that are 150 million years old.

There is great wildlife history here in Colorado. Bison, elk, and bighorn sheep to name a few. But before that, we had some big animals. Really big animals. Even if you do not see them or hear them, you can always tell where they have been by their tracks.

“The ones that swim don’t leave tracks. The ones that fly don’t leave it when they’re in the air. But most animals on the ground, they leave tracks of some sort,“ Kermit Shields, Dinosaur Ridge geologist, said.

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