DINOSAURS …

There be monsters here … 
or at least there was once.

Much of the time only partial skeltons are found.
Somebody likely ate the rest?

Despite obvious evidence it’s still hard to believe such
creatures once roamed this world.

How they are most often found. Laying down. Often crushed
or embedded in rock. It can take a lot of painstaking work
to get them out.

Many obviously didn’t perish in a painless manner.

Big ones and smaller ones.
Still swift and deadly.

One drumstick would last you a couple of months.


BIG.

But it wasn’t the biggest.
Every year they seem to find another Dinosaur
that was bigger.

Then there’s us.

Size isn’t everything.

more ahead … 

Royal Tyrrell Museum … Going Inside

Joseph Burr Tyrrell, FRSC

(November 1, 1858 – August 26, 1957)
Was a Canadian geologist, cartographer, and mining consultant. He discovered dinosaur (Albertosaurus sarcophagus) bones in Alberta’s Badlands and coal around Drumheller in 1884.
Canada’s Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Alberta was named in his honor.

Went looking for Coal, but found something else.

Unidentified Dinosaur in Entrance

Many of the models are impressive.

We took a lot of pics in here. 

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