On NOW through April 30, 2017
From the Royal Saskatchewan Museum
Big Bert, an ancient crocodile skeleton discovered in 1991 along the banks of Carrot River in the Pasquia Hills of Saskatchewan, has taken up residence at the WDM North Battleford. Bert, on loan from the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. This fossil is the world's most complete Terminonaris robusta crocodile skeleton measuring approximately 5.6 m (19 feet) long; its skull alone is more than 1 m long.
Big Bert is brought back to life through 3D imaging that allows visitors to spin the bones around in any direction and to also flesh out the animal for an in depth and interactive study of the cast.