A massive dinosaur fossil is now on display in Alberta.
The enormous fossil was accidentally discovered by miners in Alberta nearly six years ago.
After working for 7,000 hours to chip away at the stone surrounding the dinosaur, researchers finally exposed the massive creature, which is the best-preserved fossil of its kind ever found.
The dinosaur is a 110-million-year-old nodosaur, a plant-eater with horns and an armor-plated skin.
In a recent interview, Caleb Brown, a postdoctoral researcher at the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology where the dinosaur is now on display, told National Geographic: "We don’t just have a skeleton. We have a dinosaur as it would have been."
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