Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton to the Netherlands

This video is called Prehistoric Park: T-Rex Returns – Episode 1.

Translated from Leander Mascini in the Netherlands today:

Leiden – The excavation of the T-rex, which was found on a ranch in Montana, United States of America, has been completed. The skeleton, which in large part is complete, is currently in a U.S. laboratory for further investigation. But there is no doubt that someday it will come to the Netherlands, director Edwin Huis of Museum Naturalis said Friday. A tooth of the animal is already there.

T. Rex could have gotten even bigger? Here.

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