Location: Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina, Saskatchewan
In 2012, we were awarded a contract to develop the complete skeleton of “Scotty”, a massive T. rex specimen that rivals “Sue” in size. The skeleton was discovered in 1991 in the badlands of Saskatchewan near the town of East End. After years of painstaking preparation, the skeleton was ready to be mounted. “Scotty” is one of the more complete T. rex skeletons and is the most complete skeleton ever found in Canada. We took molds from the existing bones and reconstructed the missing elements so that the entire skeleton could be exhibited at the museum in East End. The complete skeleton was on exhibit on the museum’s spring opening day in May 2013.