For me one of the best ways to visualize and perceive the passage of time is to go to a museum like the Redpath or the Pointe-à-Callière and spend a few hours there.
The Redpath museum of the McGill University, one of Canada's oldest free-standing museums, preserves and display large collections of ancient and modern organisms, like the Albertosaurus libratus pictured here. From the same family as the T-Rex, the Albertosaurus lived 74 million years ago and can be seen in the Dawson gallery of the museum.
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