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January 22, 2013

An Albertosaurus – Gorgosaurus skull casting is being proudly displayed in the Quinte Economic Development Commissions newly renovated office space, on loan from Research Casting International. It was discovered near Steveville, Alberta in 1917 by C. H. Sternberg and lived approximately 72 million years ago.

Research Castings is one of the world’s largest providers of Museum Technical Services and is located here in the Bay of Quinte region.

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