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Tumbler Ridge dinosaur park goes for UNESCO status

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A theropod print in perspective. This is one of the many dinosaur fossils found near Tumbler Ridge (Tumbler Ridge Museum Foundation).
The area around Tumbler Ridge contains a treasure trove of dinosaur fossils.

Now a group is hoping to have the area recognized as a Geopark, which is a special UNESCO designation.
   
Charles Helm is a family doctor and amateur paleontologist who lives in Tumbler Ridge. He's also the chairperson of the Tumbler Ridge Aspiring Geopark steering committee. He told guest host Kathryn Marlow about the initiative.

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