Edmonton paleontologist to reveal baby dinosaur skeleton

Philip Curie, Curator of Dinosaurs at the University of Alberta speaks to the media on the...

Philip Curie, Curator of Dinosaurs at the University of Alberta speaks to the media on the discovery of a baby Chasmosaurus during a rare behind the scene tour of the UofA Dino Lab in Edmonton, AB., on Friday, Jan 17, 2014. Perry Mah/QMI AGENCY

Kevin Maimann, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 7:23 PM ET

World-renowned paleontologist Philip Currie has finally unveiled an "unbelievably lucky" find at the University of Alberta's Dino Lab -- and it took three years of careful work. It took that long for Currie and his U of A team to prepare the baby Chasmosaurus skeleton he found in Dinosaur Provincial Park for viewing. "This is the most complete baby ceratopsid -- horned dinosaur -- that's ever been found anywhere in the world," said Currie, the Canada Research Chair in Dinosaur Paleobiology at the U of A.

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