Prehistoric Fun in Eastend
Who doesn’t love dinosaurs!? It’s probably safe to say that most people are somewhat interested or completely enamoured with the prehistoric beasts. There’s so much to learn about them and they tell us so much about the history of the earth, this is why a visit to the T.rex Discovery Centre in Eastend is a must.
Back in 1991, a large vertebra was found in the Frenchman River Valley near Eastend that turned out to be Scotty, one of the largest and most complete T.rex skeletons in the world. This amazing find has led to many other discoveries and to the development of the T.rex Discovery Centre as a leader in scientific research and education.
A stop at the centre allows visitors to learn more about the dinosaurs that roamed the land that is now Saskatchewan. Known species that have been discovered include Triceratops, duck-billed dinosaurs and, of course, Tyrannosaurus rex. You can even see a replica of Scotty at the Centre. Many other reptiles and plants have been found in the area and you can get a glimpse of paleontologists working on site.
To find out more about Scotty and the T. rex Discovery Centre, click here.