A 12 year-old boy named Nathan Hrushkin found a dinosaur fossil while on a hike with his father Dion Hrushkin at a Horseshoe Canyon’s conservation site in Alberta, Canada. Nathan found a “humerus” bone that can be found in the dinosaur’s upper arm. The dinosaur is a hadrosaur, a plant-eating dinosaur that lived 69 million years ago. After this discovery, they sent the site’s location and fossil pictures to the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology, an organization that studies the life of plants and animals on Earth millions of years ago. The museum’s director said that the young boy’s discovery is important because it gives more information about dinosaurs that lived in Alberta.