© Times-Herald photo by Lisa Goudy - Brady Oxborrow stands like a dinosaur with a dino bone during the Western Development Museum (WDM)'s Dinosaur Camp on Thursday. WDM program/education officer Jackie Hall says it was the first and probably only year for the camp because of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum's travelling exhibit Scotty the T-Rex. She says there was a limit of 10 kids per camp and the museum had to add an extra camp date because of popularity. The camp consists of games, activities and crafts to learn about dinosaurs. "(The camps) filled up really fast," says Hall. "There's just something about dinosaurs that kids love. I don't know anyone who hates dinosaurs. They're almost like fantasy creatures equivalent to dragons."
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