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• • The Canadian Fossil Discovery Centre in Morden has the largest collection of prehistoric marine fossils in North America, including the world’s largest publicly displayed Mosasaur known as Bruce.

• • The world’s largest trilobite known as Isotelus rex was discovered in northern Manitoba can be seen at the Manitoba Museum in Winnipeg.

More recently, NASA even named a plot of land on the red planet after our capital city.

But beyond these intergalactic accolades, Manitoba is actually a place here on Earth, with contributions to the world’s wildlife wonders, outdoor phenomenons, first-class festivals and yes, even Hollywood. resize=781,439" width="781" height="439" data-original-width="781" data-original-height="439" itemprop=" title="muenchmax-03" alt="Polar bear and cub by Maximilian Münch." style="width: 781px; height: 439px;" / • Manitoba has the biggest mating dens anywhere in the world – that is, for red-sided garter snakes.

• • The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is the first national museum to be located outside of the capital region.

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• • Folklorama, held in Winnipeg each August, is the world’s largest and longest running multicultural festival featuring over 40 cultural pavilions.

• • The Pas is home to the Northern Manitoba Trapper’s Festival which happens to be Manitoba’s oldest winter festival, established in 1916.

• • Manitoba has more curling clubs than Ontario and Quebec combined and it is often referred to as the Curling Capital of the World • • The world’s largest curling rock resides in Arborg, Manitoba, located outside of the Arborg-Bifrost Curling Club, the rock measures 4.2 m • • Winnipeg boasts one of the longest skating trails in the world.

The rink leads skaters down the Red and Assiniboine Rivers over a length of between 6 and 9 km.

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