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A big dinosaur in Drumheller Alberta (15 Feb 09 1340)

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Drumheller Alberta is home to the Royal Tyrell Museum, a world-class dinosaur museum.  They surrounding town is a bit dinosaur crazy.  You can actually climb up inside this one.

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