Did you hear? The Edmontosaurus named Dakota, a duckbilled dinosaur dug up in southwestern North Dakota in 2004, actually has skin. Eddie is one of the few mummified dinosaurs in the world, say the dino-expers, who are in the midst of chiseling the creature out of its 65-million-year-old rock tomb.
While the Edmontosaurus is currently secluded in North Dakota's state museum basement, you can go search for your own dino bones during a visit to Drumheller, the self proclaimed dinosaur capital of the world.
During your visit to Drumheller, a small town in Alberta Canada, you can take a 3 1/2 hour tour where your guide will tell you stories of downtown Drumheller and the history of the Badlands. You can also view and hike around the Hoodoos, walk across the Suspension Bridge, or search for dinosaurs in Horsethief Canyon.
You are also guaranteed to see the Royal Tyrrell Museum and the World's Largest Dinosaur on one of these Wild West Badlands Tours, though discovering your very own Albertosaurus is not only not guaranteed with the price of admission ($37.50), but also highly unlikely.
Map of Drumheller post jump.