Mo the Plesiosaur of Ponteix, Saskatchewan

It was built to commemorate the finding of the remains of this sea reptile 6 kilometres Northeast of Ponteix. Height: 8 Feet 10 Inches (2.7 Metres) Length: 24 Feet (7.3 Metres) The plaque at the foot of the path leading up to the statue states: "Mo" The Ponteix Plesiosaur (Elasmosaur) A sea reptile having lived 70 million years ago, reaching a length of 38 feet. "Mo" was originally found 6 km's N.E. of Ponteix, by Bob St. Cyr. Henri Liboiron confirmed the location, and with fellow paleontologist, Tim Tokaryk, quarried the site. This reproduction project, of the original Plesiosaur site was initiated by Roland (Dick) Lemieux, the architect is Larry Piché and sponsor of the project, is the Ponteix Lion's Club.