Dutch tyrannosaur to Spain, France, Macau


This 15 November 2016 video is called TRIX: Tyrannosaurus Rex at Naturalis in Leiden, the Netherlands.

Translated from Unity TV in the Netherlands:

December 2, 2016

LEAD – T. rex Trix will also seen after the end of the exhibition T. rex in Town in Leiden in Barcelona, Paris and Macau before finally getting a place of honour in the renovated Naturalis museum in February 2018.

Trix can be visited until June 5 next year in the Pesthuis building in Leiden. After that, Trix, and parts of the exhibition, will be on tour in Europe and China. From November 8, 2017 to February 26, 2018 she will be on display at the Science Museum Cosmo Caixa in Barcelona. From June 11, 2018 to September 15, 2018 the skeleton will be in the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle in Paris. The 66 million year old skeleton will also travel to Macau, China, where it will be exhibited at the Macao Science Center.

The exhibition T. rex in Town is very well attended. Therefore Naturalis will seize the opportunity to introduce even more people to this particular fossil. Att the end of 2018 Trix will be back home in Leiden.

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