Canadian Sewer Workers Happen Upon Gigantic Dinosaur Tooth

Posted by on August 24th, 2010


A work crew in Edmonton found a huge dinosaur bone while working in a sewer tunnel. What’s amazing is not necessarily the discovery, but the cavalier attitude held by the museum official the crew turned the fossil over to.

Museum officials say finding dinosaur bones in Canada’s Alberta province is a relatively common occurrence.

“I can go out on a hike on a Sunday and find a dinosaur bone. But it’s really a question of how significant the find is,” said Leanna Mohan, the museum’s marketing coordinator.

Okay Indiana Jones, calm down. Let’s not go crapping all over the coolest thing to happen these guys since Larry slipped face first into a pile of human waste because he was trying to reenact a CFL touchdown dance.

Besides, what if it’s weirder than that? Ever seen that movie Relic? What if that monster ate a real dinosaur in the sewer.

It’s early.


One Response to “Canadian Sewer Workers Happen Upon Gigantic Dinosaur Tooth”

  1. Josh Bulloc Says:

    It would have been better to find a whole dinosaur.

    Josh Bulloc
    Kansas City, MO