Dino death bed is big find

Massive graveyard in Canada is world’s largest

Scientists recently discovered the world’s largest-known dinosaur graveyard in Alberta, Canada, an area that has long been known for its mysteriously well-preserved dinosaur remains, according to Discovery News.

The 1.43-square-mile area contains thousands of bones of what appears to be a Centrosaurus, a cow-sized, plant-eating dinosaur that existed about 75 million years ago, when Alberta’s climate was balmy and tropical.

Scientists are hoping that the latest discovery will give clues as to why Alberta’s atmosphere yields such pristine dinosaur fossils.

A detailed report about the graveyard find is expected to be released sometime this summer.