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Dean Karamehmedovic

Dinosaur Provincial Park – a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Alberta, Canada

September 1, 2010, 10:56 am

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Dinosaur Provincial Park is located in the Dry Mixedgrass Subregion of the Grassland Natural Region. This is the warmest and driest subregion in Alberta. Permanent streams are relatively rare, although the ones that do exist are deeply carved into the bedrock in some places. This as exposed Cretaceous shales and sandstones, creating extensive badlands, the largest in Canada

According to Wikipedia, Dinosaur Provincial Park contains some of the most important fossil specimens discovered from the "Age of Dinosaurs" period of Earth's history. The property is unmatched in terms of the number and variety of high quality specimens, over 60 of which represent more than 45 genera and 14 families of dinosaurs, which date back 75-77 million years. The park contains exceptional riparian habitat features as well as "badlands" of outstanding aesthetic value.

USA-Canada / Canada-Alberta

Lat: 50° 46' 2.96" N
Long: 112° 31' 25.6" W

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Precision is: Medium. Nearby, but not to the last decimal.

5D MK2, Canon 15mm

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