Daybreak South | Nov 7, 2013 | 5:50

The dinosaur museum of Shuswap Lake

Travel to Seymour Arm on Shuswap Lake and you'll find a dinosaur museum created by John Rivette. The retired geologist moved to there in the 1950s. The CBC's Jennifer Chrumka gave him a visit.

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