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Dinosaur Provincial Park

Dinosaur Park Quick Facts:

  • One of the world's best fossil beds
  • Encompasses an area of 23 square miles (61 sq km)
  • Over 300 dinosaur skeletons have been found here
  • 35 different species


Dinosaur Provincial Park

One of the world's best fossil beds that has revealed over 300 dinosaur skeletons from 35 different species. The park is made up of a valley that is 2 miles (3 km) wide and over 394 feet (120 km) deep.

Dinosaur Provincial Park is similar to Dinosaur National Monument in the United States in that it was a flood plain where the dinosaurs grazed. This made it easy for the dinosaurs to be buried during a flash flood.


Best way to see Dinosaur Provincial Park

More will follow on Dinosaur Provincial Park as it is declared an official or notable wonder of North America.


Best way to experience Dinosaur Provincial Park

More will follow on Dinosaur Provincial Park as it is declared an official or notable wonder of North America.