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Snow squall over snowshoes – Greg Resnik
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River to Adventure – Megan Gorecki
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Alberta’s Royal Tyrrell Museum redefines “old news”
Anytime your tired, old bones are feeling a bit lazy, get out to see the sights of southern Alberta. It’s a relatively short drive to Drumheller for a look at the oldest discovered-in-Alberta dinosaur fossil. At 110 million years old, this relic will soon to be on display at the Royal Tyrrell Museum, and it will no doubt put some youthful vitality into your step.
Photo Courtesy of the Royal Tyrrell Museum
The Nodosaur dinosaur fossil found at a Suncor mine site in northern Alberta in 2011 will join many other work-site fossils featured in a new display at the Tyrrell Museum called “Grounds For Discovery”. Along with the oldest, as mentioned, the display will feature dozens of “some of the most interesting and beautiful “ fossils ever found in Alberta, says Lisa Making, director of exhibits and communications at the Tyrrell.