In 2010, seven skeletons were revealed during June, July, and August by paleontology interns. Five barrel-bodied rhinos, one small three-toed horse, and a small carnivore which is likely the first articulated dog skeleton from the site. Continued excavation this summer will reveal more details about the new finds.
In 2008, a 550-foot long trench was excavated for the foundation of the new Hubbard Rhino Barn. 200 plaster field jackets, plus an additional 700 fragments were recovered from the periphery of the new barn. The fossils represent at least 20 species of animals that lived near the ancient Ashfall waterhole nearly 12 million years ago. Here is a journal showing new fossils discovered during excavation.
Construction of the Hubbard Rhino Barn Slideshow, 2008