Paleontologists usually find fossils jumbled up, broken apart, crushed and spread out over a large area, not in one piece.

A whole 35-foot dinosaur may be slumbering inside the rock a construction worker hit while clearing a site in the town of Spirit River. He was making way for an oil pipeline - see, Big Energy is good for science in lots of ways!

"The last time I've seen something like that was in a museum. I've never found something like this before,"  said paleontologist Matthew Vavrek, who went out to inspect and wasn't expecting to see what he found on the side of a sandstone boulder...

Credit: Royal Ontario Musuem. Link: WTAE

'Incredible' find: Dinosaur's fossilized tail by Ben Brumfield, CNN