Geologist William Parks, who was one of the founders and original directors of the Royal Ontario Museum, was born at Hamilton, Ont. In one of his most resounding achievements, Parks had a dinosaur named after him. Parksosaurus — it just rolls off the tongue — was unearthed in the “Edmonton Formation” near the Rumsey ferry on the Red Deer River in 1922.
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