The Soo Line Historical Museum will be hosting a large exhibit over the next few months.
Scotty the T-rex will be at the Museum from August 10 to November 30 care of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM).
Scotty's first bones were discovered in 1991 by Robert Gebhardt, a school teacher, who was accompanying a RSM prospecting trip in the Eastend area of south-western Saskatchewan. In 1994, the RSM returned to the site and determined that a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton was buried in the hillside. Excavation began in 1994, and continued off and on until 2003.
Approximately 65 percent of Scotty's skeleton was recovered - most of the skull and jaws, many vertebra and ribs, the hip bones, most of one hind leg, and assorted other bones.