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About Us

 

Savage Ancient Seas® is a part of Triebold Paleontology, Inc., headquartered in the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center in Woodland Park, Colorado. We employ a full time staff of skilled scientists and artists engaged in the collection, preparation, restoration, molding, casting, mounting, and remounting of fossils. We collaborate with institutions around the globe to procure the rights to reproduce an unmatched selection of organisms, and spend long seasons in the field to collect unique specimens. Visit TPI’s Services page for an extensive description of the variety of professional paleontological services we've provided since 1989.

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What Else We Offer

Darwin & Dinosaurs

 

Darwin & Dinosaurs is another traveling exhibit we offer. It is a story-based, interactive exhibit that sets the stage before Darwin’s famous voyage, follows him around the world as he finds clues indicating life evolves, and concludes with modern discoveries that have proved him right. Learn more here.

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Dinosaur Sanctuary

 

Dinosaur Sanctuary is the original fossil division of Triebold Paleontology, Inc., providing unique, legally and ethically sourced fossils for museum display. Our specimens are collected with the academic buyer in mind and all of the documentation you would expect from an academic dig and more are provided to the buyer. Learn more here.

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DeepTime Fossils

 

DeepTime Fossils is our giftshop division providing museum quality replica fossils of teeth, claws, and more as well as scale-model skulls and skeletons at wholesale prices for your museum giftshop. Every replica is made to the same high, museum-grade standards as our full-sized replicas. Learn more here.

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Rocky Mountain

Dinosaur Resource Center

 

The Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center is a fossil museum primarily exhibiting fossil organisms of North America's Late Cretaceous including dinosaurs, pterosaurs, marine reptiles, and fish. Learn more here.

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