Carnegie quarry represents the most ecologically complete assemblage of Late Jurassic dinosaurs in the entire world. Type specimens of distinct species of existing dinosaur genera first named by Edward Cope and Charles Marsh, originate from the Carnegie quarry. Dinosaur fossils from Carnegie quarry are housed in museum collections all over the world. Skeletons from Carnegie quarry can bee seen in the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington D.C., and the American Museum of Natural History in New York City.



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