Tyrannosaur Trix, from the USA to the Netherlands


This October 2016 video is the trailer of a film which will be soon on Dutch TV about how Tyrannosaurus rex Trix was found in Montana in the USA; and went from there to Naturalis museum in Leiden in the Netherlands.

This May 2016 video is about the excavation of Trix.

Tyrannosaur Trix’s travel diary: here.

According to a study by Brusatte and Carr (2016) Tyrannosaurus rex might have been an „Asian immigrant“ to the North America. Fossil record suggests that T. rex was perhaps an invasive species, spreading across Laramidia in the last one-two million years of the dinosaur era.

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