Recently, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina, Saskatchewan (that's in Canada) made a tremendous discovery right in their own back yard. Literally! It seems a recent visitor to the museum left behind an important artifact, and the employees of the museum are working their fingers to the bone to try and return it to its rightful location. It seems someone, more specifically a young boy, left behind a teddy bear, which they are sure means the world to the young child.

In June, the young boy and his bear visited the museum. The boy saw a robotic Tyrannosaurus Rex called Megamunch, which scared the child, who had to be calmed by employees. While the child had the bear at the time, it was later found in a rest room. The boy and his family could not be found.

The museum is now using social media to locate the boy and re-unite him with his bear. In the mean time, the bear has made the rounds of the museum, becoming a local celebrity in the interim. Using the hastage #LostBear, the museum staff has documented the bear's adventure on twitter, posting pictures of the stuffed animals adventures.