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Encana Badlands Science Camp Sleep in a real teepee, prospect for dinosaur fossils, and discover the prehistoric past in the heart of the Canadian Badlands.
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The Royal Tyrrell Museum hosted the Pop-up Paleontology event at Beakerhead Station B, Fort Calgary. Francois Therrien, Curator of Dinosaur Paleoecology at the Royal Tyrrell Museum is ready to answer your questions about dinosaurs. Photographer: Brett Morrison Twitter and Instagram: @BrettMorrison
Nothing says a good night’s sleep like dino-snores! Sign up online for a family Camp-In at the Museum on Friday, November 27. Website link located in bio. #DinosaurCountry #Palaeontology #familyfun #family #thingstodo #explorealberta
Camp in a teepee with the kids and learn all about palaeontology at the Royal Tyrrell Museum’s EnCana Badlands Science Camp.
Students discuss contemporary issues such as climate change, and then graph real data and identify correlations between trends;
Art and science come together as students create and paint a complete skeleton of a small carnivorous dinosaur.
The Royal Tyrrell Museum is bringing the badlands to Beakerhead. Rub elbows with world-renowned dinosaur hunters to learn about prehistoric beasts. Photo by Andre Goulet