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Lang Lang Q&A at the ROM

Lang Lang Q&A at the ROM

Meet Lang Lang and discover the inspiration, personality and appeal of this celebrated young pianist. Lang Lang performed at the opening ceremony of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and on September 21, 2008 Peter Oundijian of the Toronto Symphony interviewed him at the ROM.

Le barosaure (« Gordo »)

Le barosaure (« Gordo »)

Ce rare squelette de sauropode au long cou est le plus grand dinosaure reconstitué du Canada (il fait 30 mètres  de long).

Dinosaur Eggs in Central South Africa

Dinosaur Eggs in Central South Africa

On location in South Africa, David Evans, Curator Vertebrate Palaeontology, shows us where he collected the dinosaur nest that is on temporarily on display in the James and Louise Temerty Galleries of the Age of Dinosaurs.

Iconic: Barosaurus

Iconic: Barosaurus

This rare, longnecked sauropod skeleton is the largest mounted dinosaur in Canada stretching 90 feet long across the James and Louise Temerty Galleries of the Age of Dinosaurs. The barosaurus is just one of the Royal Ontario Museum's iconic objects.

Constructing the Barosaurus

Constructing the Barosaurus

Watch the construction of Gordo, the Royal Ontario Museum's Barosaurus skeleton mounted in the James and Louise Temerty Galleries of the Age of Dinosaurs. The real fossil specimen is the largest dinosaur ever to be mounted in Canada at almost 27.5 metres (90 feet) in length.

Digging Dinosaurs: ROM Field Reports- Alberta, 2011, Part 2

Digging Dinosaurs: ROM Field Reports- Alberta, 2011, Part 2

Join Dr. David Evans and his team as they get ready to remove the bones of a large horned dinosaur from the searing badlands of southern Alberta.

Digging Dinosaurs: Field Reports from Alberta, 2011 / Part 1

Digging Dinosaurs: Field Reports from Alberta, 2011 / Part 1

Join Dr. David Evans and his team as they get ready to remove the bones of a large horned dinosaur from the searing badlands of southern Alberta.

Digging Dinosaurs: Searching in Canada's Badlands

Digging Dinosaurs: Searching in Canada's Badlands

See how palaeontologists find dinosaurs, by following Dr. David Evans as he combs the badlands of southern Alberta for fossils. You'll learn how old photos are used to find quarries from decades past, what dinosaur bone looks like on the surface, and more.

Digging Dinosaurs: ROM Field Reports- Alberta, 2011, Part 5

Digging Dinosaurs: ROM Field Reports- Alberta, 2011, Part 5

Explore the badlands of southern Alberta with Dr. David Evans and his team, as they take time out from hunting dinosaurs to show you the amazing beauty and diversity of plant and animal life in this arid environment. It's harsh and unforgiving, and the reminders of mortality are all around,

ROM Research: Dinosaurs in Alberta's Badlands

ROM Research: Dinosaurs in Alberta's Badlands

Follow Dr. David Evans, Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology at the Royal Ontario Museum, into Alberta's Badlands and discover what a palaeontologist job really involves.