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Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre. Click on the links to see the section that interests you most.
P.C.A.G. September 29, 2012
More Great Fossil Discoveries (2011)
The following images are of the 1000th accessioning in January 2012.
This particular accessioned specimen has a planned excavation in 2012 as it was discovered at the end of the 2011 season. The specimen includes fragments of the jaw bone.
The following photos were taken in 2006.
Mac Gregor is a mosasaur discovered during a school dig by participants from Mac Gregor. The specimen includes a jaw fragment, a vertebra and a rib fragment.
This is our third field season excavating Betsy who was first discovered in 2004. The back of the skull was finally located this year. Stomach remains were also associated with Betsy and have yielded many fish teeth that have be extracted from the matrix of gastric residue. More information is available on this specimen just click on All About Betsy under the Cretaceous Creatures tab at the top of the home page.
This mosasaur was just discovered the week of August 18th, 2006 and is currently being excavated. It is estimated to be 50% complete and partially articulated. More images will be posted as soon as possible.