Dinosaur bones in the Cretaceous Menagerie

Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources

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What we offer

Departments, centre and institute

Who we are

Ed Leith Cretaceous Menagerie

  • Take a journey to the Cretaceous Period of 145 million to 65 million years ago, when the world was very different from that of today. The menagerie features complete skeletal replicas of four gigantic creatures from that fascinating time.

    As you enter the menagerie, imagine that you're stepping into a Cretaceous landscape. An aggressive tyrannosaurid dinosaur comes at you! Look up and envision the sea, with three monsters swimming above you: the world's largest turtle, a vicious fish, and a formidable mosasaur (“sea lizard”). A stairway leads to the balcony, where you can join the sea creatures and get a bird's-eye view of the dinosaur.

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Churchill Marine Observatory

  • The Churchill Marine Observatory (CMO) is a unique, highly innovative and multidisciplinary research facility located in Churchill, Manitoba, adjacent to Canada’s only Arctic deep-water port. The CMO is dedicated to studies on the detection, impact and mitigation of spills of oil and related contaminants in sea ice-covered waters, as well as extreme weather, climate change, and fresh-water marine coupling studies.

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    News from Research LIFE - Marine Science

  • An exterior view of the Churchill Marine Observatory.

Contact us

Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources
Room 440 Wallace Building
125 Dysart Road
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB, Canada R3T 2N2