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RSM displays highlight world's largest T. rex

Dinovember in full swing at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum
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Megamunch, a mascot at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, is decked out as a paleontologist for Dionovember.

REGINA ‑ Dinovember is back as the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) roars to life this month. Home of Scotty, the world's largest Tyrannosaurus rex, the RSM always has exciting activities and programs for guests of all ages. 

"There is always something new at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and this fall is no exception," Parks, Culture and Sport Minister Laura Ross said. "Dinovember is always an exciting time to check out the RSM's displays and exhibits. And, to learn more about Scotty - Saskatchewan's international superstar."

Dinosaur lovers of all ages will be interested in visiting the CN T.rex Gallery - along with all the other galleries and the museum shop.  

Of course, Scotty's ferocious roar still shakes the gallery floor.

 "It is always exciting to hear Scotty's roar as visitors safely enjoy all that the RSM has to offer," Royal Saskatchewan Museum Executive Director Peter Menzies said. "To help mark Dinovember, Megamunch has been decked out as a paleontologist. The RSM will also have an exciting discovery to announce later this month, so please stay tuned."  

Returning guests will notice work on the new exhibit, Home: Life in the Anthropocene is still underway with a planned unveiling in April 2022.

Teachers interested in booking an education program can visit our website and submit an online request. 

Visitors 12 and older must be fully vaccinated or have a negative COVID-19 test to visit the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Visit the Government of Saskatchewan website for further information about how to obtain proof of vaccination and the latest COVID-19 information.