Oil patch workers stumble upon massive new ‘complete find’ dinosaur fossil in Spirit River, Alberta

Paleontologists busy removing massive dinosaur fossil unearthed near Spirit River (with photos)

Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada  Cool Hoo Hues by Vincent Piotrowski, via 500px;

Cool Hoo Hues by Vincent Piotrowski, via Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada I think they are called Hoo Doo's, not sure of the spelling.

A 75 million years old dinosaur eggs hunt. A team from Alberta's Royal Tyrrell Museum is excavating an area just southeast of Lethbridge, Alta. that may shed light on the early dinosaurs.

75 million year dinosaur egg hunt

A 75 million years old dinosaur eggs hunt. A team from Alberta's Royal Tyrrell Museum is excavating an area just southeast of Lethbridge, Alta. that may shed light on the early dinosaurs.

24 Hours in Drumheller, Alberta: Dinosaurs, Villages and Family Friendly Fun | Anchors + Proteas

24 Hours in Drumheller, Alberta: Dinosaurs, Villages and Family Friendly Fun

24 Hours in Drumheller, Alberta: Dinosaurs, Villages and Family Friendly Fun | Anchors + Proteas

The Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta, is putting on display the best-preserved fossil of a 110 million-year-old dinosaur ever found. A 110 million-year-old fossil of an armored, plant-eating dinosaur called a nodosaur is the best-preserved specimen of its kind. Credit Robert Clark/National Geographic

‘Dinosaur Mummy’ Emerges From the Oil Sands of Alberta

The actual face of a dino! Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta, is putting on display the best-preserved fossil of a 110 million-year-old dinosaur ever found. A 110 million-year-old fossil of an armored, plant-eating dinosaur called a nodosaur.

Travel Canada | Museum | Alberta | Drumheller | Dinosaur Fossils

Uncover Ancient Mysteries at Royal Tyrrell Museum

With over fossils and 40 complete dinosaur skeletons, the Royal Tyrrell Museum offers a truly spectacular learning experience for the young at heart!

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5 Reasons Why You Should Visit Dinosaur Provincial Park

Would you go on a hike to uncover dinosaur fossils? Then you must visit Dinosaur Provincial Park. Here are 5 reasons why you should this UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Glamping In Dinosaur Provincial Park - The Expat Experiment

Glamping In Dinosaur Provincial Park

Southern Alberta is home to 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites! Experience one of the most stunning in Alberta's Badlands. Glamping in Dinosaur Provincial Park

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