) and see where the bones fit into the skeletons of these massive reptiles.
You’ll also marvel at the “Paleo Reef” display, that shows in vivid, colorful detail what life looked like under the seas as it evolved across a span of 600 million years, from the Cambrian to the Cretaceous Period – it’s like gazing into a time-machine aquarium.
A champsosaur fossil is pictured recently and was released Nov 8, 2012 after it was found Oct 12, 2012 by an Olds College grounds technician in a remote rock bed under some debris in Olds, Alberta.
Leona Megli discovered an exceptionally well-preserved champsosaur fossil in Olds, Alberta.
“At closer glance we realized it was something much more valuable, but the last thing you think you’d find in your job is a 60-million-year-old fossil! Labelled as a priority specimen, the fossil is now in the preparation lab at the museum.The fact that the samples were from a variety of species and sites all giving consistent results greatly reduces the chance that the results are from contamination.The theoretical upper limit for C-14 dating is ten times the half-life, or about 57,000 years.What they have been telling us simply does not fit the facts.The truth is that this latest find is even more evidence that dinosaurs are far, far younger than we have traditionally been taught.