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All hell broke loose’: Paleontologist recalls Scotty the T-rex discovery 25 years ago

Posted by Michelle Brownridge on July 29th, 2019

Twenty-five years ago, a discovery heralded the beginning of a new and exciting time in paleontology in Saskatchewan, with the excavation of the fossil remains of a tyrannosaurus rex.

"It changed [my life] entirely," said Tim Tokaryk, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum's T-rex Discovery Centre in Eastend, Sask. Read more...

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