About 30 minutes from the city of Brooks, in Southern Alberta, lies one of the riches deposits of dinosaur fossils in the world. These fossils, many of them articulated skeletons, come from an astonishing diversity of groups, including tyrannosaurs, ceratopsians, hadrosaurs, and troodontids.
This is Dinosaur Provincial Park.
Encompassing over 28 square miles of badlands, prairie, and cottonwood forest, this incredible geological site, part of the upper Cretaceous system, was deposited during the mid-to-late stages of the Flood’s ascension and is a world-renowned hot spot for paleontological study.
Join us, now, as we take a tour of this Canadian treasure (video produced by Alberta Parks):