The Tyrrell Museum’s Dinosaur Globe

Ceratopsian globe While visiting the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, Alberta last December, I encountered this globe in the horned dinosaur section of the museum. At the push of a button, a projector displays the location of the fossil beds for a given ceratopsian species. Not as high-tech as some other science globes we know about, but I got to see this one in person. (It was weird having to disengage the dinosaur portion of my brain and engage the map portion for a few minutes.)