The Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry (CLDQ) is a paleontological site containing the highest concentration of Jurassic-aged dinosaur bones ever found. It also has the largest collection of fossils of a large meat-eating dinosaur (Allosaurus fragilis) ever found, with at least 46 individuals discovered. Condition of the bone is generally excellent yet condition of the skeletons is anything but. No satisfactory explanation has yet been proposed. Explaining that to visitors is the primary duty of the position. Other duties include light maintenance, some trail work, and special projects dependent upon the intersection of the intern's skills and the quarry's needs.