Hustle and bustle in the Leiden museum for the fossil of T-rex
Picture: Chris Worth
Dozens of interested parties were Saturday morning before the doors of the Naturalis T-rex Trix.
Most of them had tickets bought online to waiting times at the tills to avoid. It is the first day that the fossil of carnivorous, extinct dinosaur in Lead to see.
A spokeswoman for the natural history museum says that many of the children with their parents, but that there are also a lot of people only to the skeleton. “Kids, especially, go with Trix on the photo”
Trix is up to 5 June next year and then goes on a world tour. By the end of 2018 comes back and get Trix a permanent place in a hall of a new building of Naturalis.
Researchers of the Naturalis Biodiversity Center grooves, the T. rex in 2013, in the U.s. state of Montana. Naturalis is the only museum outside of North America that a T-rex in his collection.