Kathy Manuel with Big Al 2
Cliff Manuel, Chairman
1802 US Highway 14 E
Shell, WY 82441
Phone: (307) 765-2259
or (866) 765-2259 toll free
Geoscience Adventures and
Bighorn Basin Geoscience Center
Click on links below for more information!
During the summer of 2006, Kirby Siber, Director of the Saurier Museum in Aathal, Zurich, Switzerland, displayed several of his Howe-Stephens Quarry dinosaur mounts at DINORAMA in Shell, Wyoming, including “Big Al Two”, the most complete Allosaurus specimen in existence. Kirby's team of paleontologists collected these specimens from the world-famous Howe Dinosaur Quarry site near Shell, Wyoming.
This is the first time this collection was displayed in North America, after being seen by over two million viewers in exhibits in Europe and Japan.
The purpose of this exhibit was to emphasize the need for the proposed Bighorn Basin GeoScience Center in the Bighorn Basin of Wyoming so that we can conserve and display our natural resources in an appropriate setting.
Peter Larson and Kirby Siber with Big Al 2 Stegosaurus Jacob
Diplodocus “Baby Toni”
Peter Larson, Kirby Siber, Tom Delaney, Cliff Manuel Ev Dunklee
Many thanks to our sponsors and friends who donated both time and other considerations to help make Dinorama 2006 possible!
Copyright © 2014-2017 Geoscience Adventures. All rights reserved
(except for images and text as noted)
Last updated: January 1, 2017
Geoscience Adventures ~ 1802 US Highway 14 E ~ Shell, Wyoming 82441
Web site maintenance by: Cliff Manuel