The Western Interior Seaway would have radiated accumulated summer heat back out onto the land in winter, keeping it mild and moist. The glow of the lamp picked out her features, like a kid telling a ghost story over a camp fire. The Royal Tyrrell provides an exceptional chance for the public to explore this fossil heritage. North America in the Late Cretaceous was geographically similar to the continent we see today, but like a photograph of your parents when they were teenagers, there were some unexpected differences. For that reason, we have a skewed, partial picture of the real diversity of dinosaurs in North America. Visitors are often disappointed by this , keen to see the genuine article. This rich dinosaurian record is heavily reliant on what is known from Cretaceous Laramidia, the Western sub-continent. White plaster jackets fill row upon row of industrial-strength shelving.
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