If you pick up December’s edition of the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, you’ll find an article penned by a University of Calgary researcher arguing that a partial skeleton found in southwest Saskatchewan in 1968 is a previously undiscovered species of dinosaur that roamed the area over 60 million years ago.

The species has been dubbed Thescelosaurus assiniboiensis, and the skeleton is on display at the T. Rex Discovery Centre (pictured at left) in Eastend.  Here’s a link to the CBC report.