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Don't Miss Dinovember at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum

Released on November 5, 2020

This year, join us virtually to celebrate all things dinosaur! The Royal Saskatchewan Museum’s (RSM) Dinovember is set to present a roaring look at Saskatchewan’s home-grown dinosaurs, fossils, history and palaeontology, all from the safety of your own home.

“The story of Scotty, the World’s Largest T.rex lets us learn about Saskatchewan’s important natural history,” Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Gene Makowsky said.  “This Dinovember, you can learn about this magnificent reptile and other creatures that once roamed Saskatchewan or swam in its huge inland sea, millions of years ago.”

There are interactive programs and activities for guests of all ages, available online.

Dinos in 3D Contest – November 1-30

Download the three special dinosaur postcards from our website (or pick up a set from our front desk) and download the Dinos in 3D app to bring three RSM dinosaurs to life: Scotty, the World's Largest T. rex, Skinny the Edmontosaurus and Tritan the Triceratops.  All three were discovered by RSM paleontologists!

Snap a photo of the dinosaurs you’ve brought to life, and enter your photo through the Dinos in 3D contest form on our website.  Photos will be judged in the following categories:  Silliest, Hungriest and Best Friends. Winners will get a copy of the new book, Mega-Rex: A Tyrannosaurus Named Scotty.  For further details on the app and to download the cards visit: https://royalsaskmuseum.ca/rsm/education/dinos-in-3d.

Live Paleo Lab Tour

Join us on Facebook Live on November 19th at 1:30 p.m. for a visit to the RSM Paleo Lab.  See what is going on behind the scenes, learn about a 70-million-year-old fossil plesiosaur and ask the Paleo team your questions!

Discovering Dinosaurs: Virtual Fieldtrip for Grades 1-3

Through live video with a museum educator, learn how fossils form and how they are found, and learn about how Royal Saskatchewan Museum’s paleontologists study fossils to learn about Saskatchewan’s past.  Contact education@royalsaskmuseum.ca  for more information.

Live Book Talk with Paleontologist Dr. W. Scott Persons

Join this Facebook Live discussion about the new book, Mega-Rex: A Tyrannosaurus Named Scotty at https://harbourpublishing.com/products/9781550179057  (November 24th 4:30-5 p.m. CT).

Virtual Tour: CN T. rex Gallery

Download the GuidiGO app and take a tour of the gallery from the comfort of your home.  Featuring Scotty, the World’s Largest T. rex, who once lived right here in Saskatchewan.  https://bit.ly/ScottyVirtualTour

Visit.  Donate.  Discover.  Safely.  The RSM, located at 2445 Albert Street, is open Friday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. until 5 p.m.  All visitors over three years old are required to wear a mask.  Masks are available onsite for $2 or special Scotty masks are available in the gift shop.

For more information about the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, programming or to learn how you can support the RSM’s world class research, visit https://royalsaskmuseum.ca/, Facebook (@Royal.Saskatchewan.Museum), Twitter (@royalsaskmuseum) or Instagram (@RoyalSaskMuseum).


For more information, contact:

Jamie Toth
Parks, Culture and Sport
Phone: 306-787-1889
Email: jamie.toth2@gov.sk.ca
Cell: 306-533-4139

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