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  • Paleontology MuseumPaleontology Museum Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    The museum is located on the grounds of the University of Alberta's campus and is well known for its school parties, because it contains a huge variety of dinosaur fossils and mega bones exhibited. It houses the most complete pachycephalosaur dinosaur in the world. About 80% of the fossils come from the province of Alberta and other areas in western Canada, with the remainder coming here from around the globe. Dinosaurs have always been one of the most engrossing animals in the world to us, especially since they have all become extinct and we don't have any real information about them other than that which we can dig up and wonder. This collection is fascinating to people of all ages, with enough variety to keep them all happy. Whatever we have learned about these marvels of the past eons is learned from paleontologists that have dug up the remains and studies them hoping to gain some insight into their living habits and more. These discoveries and researches have taken us all back in time to those millions of years ago, allowing us to gain some understanding of those incredible times and the diversity that roamed the earth in its early stages.

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  • Fort Edmonton ParkFort Edmonton Park Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
    Fort Edmonton Park is the biggest living history museum in Canada, and was named after the first lasting European outpost in the region of modern day Edmonton, Canada. It contains both the original and reconstructed historical buildings that showcase the history and heritage of Edmonton, which also includes the post-horse aboriginals; it is also staffed by costumed historical interpreters in the summer months. The first thoughts of the park happened in 1915, when the remnant of the old fort that sat near the Alberta Legislative Building was taken down, with much opposition from the citizenry, wanting the early structures to be removed to other locales so that they could be honored for their heritage importance. After WWII, a renewed interest arose, and in 1969, construction started under the leadership of the Fort Edmonton Foundation.

September 11, 2012