The T-Rex skeleton can fetch a record price at a New York auction


Researchers estimate that Stan, who died about 60 million years ago at the age of about 20 million years, has since sought to replicate dozens of museums seeking his own T-Rex model. Has been’ used.

The T-Rex skeleton can fetch a record price at a New York auction


Of the largest carnivores that first roamed the earth in 1902, only about 50 skeletons have been’ discovered.

"There aren't a lot of good complete skeletons out there," said James Hyslop of Auction Christie.

"It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fully achieve T-Rex."

The sale will take place in New York on October 6, with bids expected to range from  6 million to 8 8 million, giving it access to the 1997 8.4 million paid for T-Rex in the October 1997 lawsuit. ۔

"A museum of natural history considers it the crown of their collection," Hyslop said.

"It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fully achieve T-Rex."


Stan - named after the amateur pathologist responsible for his initial discovery - will be on display in a window at Christie's headquarters in New York City from Wednesday to October 21.

Its head is so heavy that the replica sits on top of the skeleton, along with the original map.

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