Friday, April 14, 2017

CANADA ~ Dinosaur Provincial Park ~ UNESCO ~

... A bit strange view... stunning "badlands" landscape that looks like being of another planet... this park is fascinating and filled with much natural wonder and history... walking among the home of the giants that once lived here must be surreal... the fossil beds within the park are the richest in the world... Thanks a million Andrene!! (✿ ♥‿♥)   P.S stamped on the postcard: "mail sent with insufficient postage may be returned to sender in future"... (just want to let you know (~_^) )

Dinosaur Provincial Park  contains some of the most important fossil discoveries of more than 40 species of dinosaurs dating back to the late Cretaceous Period, 75 million years ago. Since digging began in the 1880s, more than 300 first-quality dinosaur skeletons have been pulled from the park, a 27-kilometre stretch along the Red Deer River, in the badlands of southeastern Alberta.

The Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Drumheller, northwest of the park, houses one of the largest collections of dinosaur bones and fossils.

Dinosaur Provincial Park became a UNESCO site in 1979.

Prepaid postcard
(Issued 21-08-2015)


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