Thursday, August 25, 2016
Some indescribably lucky volunteer paleontologists were looking around the site that they were volunteering on in Montana, and they found something very significant.
It was a BIG, almost completely perfect Tyrannosaurus Rex skull.
That's what the article is about:
Large Tyrannosaurus Rex skull found in Montana (read to find out the clever name they gave it)
There's a video about it in this article.
The skull will go on display at the Burke Museum in Washington in 2019. Might be worth a trip out there.
Below is a picture of the skull arriving at the museum, in its protective plaster. Humans are shown to scale.
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