Interested in prehistoric life, the evolution of various organisms, or other historical sciences? Located in the middle of the Canadian Badlands, just outside Drumheller, Alberta, Canada, lies the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology,. Established in 1985, their mission is to "collect, preserve, research, and interpret paleontological history with special reference to Alberta's fossil heritage".
This museum has numerous programs for the public and schools, houses several current exhibits, and frequently features special exhibitions during the years. The current exhibits include:
1. Terrestrial Paleozoic – contains a variety of plants, insects, and amphibians, and covers 200 million years from the Silurian to Permian periods.
2. Ice Age – contains giant wooly mammoths, mastodons, and sabre-toothed tigers and others from two million years ago.
3. Dinosaur Hall – contains one of the major assortments of the most awesome dinosaur skeletons in the world...