In the Paleontology Museum

 
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Description: Skull of the pachycephalosaurid dinosaur Stegoceras validum, skull of the tyrannosaurid dinosaur Gorgosaurus libratus, and George F. Sternberg, ca. 1935 Upon its opening in 1935, the Paleontology Museum was one of the first institutions in western Canada to exhibit dinosaur bones to the public. Sternberg collected and prepared the specimens on exhibit, including the Stegoceras (UALVP 2) and the Gorgosaurus (UALVP 10). Funds for preparing the specimens were provided by the Carnegie Corporation. Source: Department of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences
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