6. "Gordo," the Barosaurus

An in-gallery photograph of a long-necked sauropod

James and Louise Temerty Galleries of the Age of Dinosaurs

Level 2, Michael Lee-Chin Crystal

Go through the dino gallery. Turn right at “Age of Dinosaurs” and see Gordo, the long barosaurus to your right.

This long-necked sauropod from the Jurassic Period was one of the longest animals ever to walk the earth. When alive, the Barosaurus could grow up to 90-feet long and weigh over 14,000 kilograms.

Cool Fact

Gordo is the largest dinosaur skeleton composed of real fossil bones on display in Canada, and one of three Barosaurus skeletons on display in the World.

About the Gallery

The fossils in this gallery reflect life in the northern hemisphere from the Jurassic (200 to 145 million years old) to the Cretaceous (145 to 65 million years old) periods, including including Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and the fearsome T. rex.

More Gallery Highlights

  • Parasaurolophis walkeri
  • Quetzalcoatlus
  • Triceratops

6. "Gordo," the Barosaurus

An in-gallery photograph of a long-necked sauropod

James and Louise Temerty Galleries of the Age of Dinosaurs

Level 2, Michael Lee-Chin Crystal

Go through the dino gallery. Turn right at “Age of Dinosaurs” and see Gordo, the long barosaurus to your right.

This long-necked sauropod from the Jurassic Period was one of the longest animals ever to walk the earth. When alive, the Barosaurus could grow up to 90-feet long and weigh over 14,000 kilograms.

Cool Fact

Gordo is the largest dinosaur skeleton composed of real fossil bones on display in Canada, and one of three Barosaurus skeletons on display in the World.

About the Gallery

The fossils in this gallery reflect life in the northern hemisphere from the Jurassic (200 to 145 million years old) to the Cretaceous (145 to 65 million years old) periods, including including Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and the fearsome T. rex.

More Gallery Highlights

  • Parasaurolophis walkeri
  • Quetzalcoatlus
  • Triceratops

6. "Gordo," the Barosaurus

An in-gallery photograph of a long-necked sauropod

James and Louise Temerty Galleries of the Age of Dinosaurs

Level 2, Michael Lee-Chin Crystal

Go through the dino gallery. Turn right at “Age of Dinosaurs” and see Gordo, the long barosaurus to your right.

This long-necked sauropod from the Jurassic Period was one of the longest animals ever to walk the earth. When alive, the Barosaurus could grow up to 90-feet long and weigh over 14,000 kilograms.

Cool Fact

Gordo is the largest dinosaur skeleton composed of real fossil bones on display in Canada, and one of three Barosaurus skeletons on display in the World.

About the Gallery

The fossils in this gallery reflect life in the northern hemisphere from the Jurassic (200 to 145 million years old) to the Cretaceous (145 to 65 million years old) periods, including including Stegosaurus, Triceratops, and the fearsome T. rex.

More Gallery Highlights

  • Parasaurolophis walkeri
  • Quetzalcoatlus
  • Triceratops