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Move over, Sue. You’ve got competition.
Victoria, the second most complete skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus rex finally disappeared on the display when paleontologists first discovered the remains of a huge dinosaur, and six years ago.
In the first instance, it has been discovered in South Dakota in 2013, researchers have for a number of months to carefully dig it up from the Victoria ” s 199 of the bone. In the end, its the 66-million-year old fossils have been taken at Victoria, British Columbia, and the city in which it was mentioned) is to give students the opportunity to pursue graduate studies and, ultimately, the recovery of the skeletal system.
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“The discovery of the Victoria to the palaeontological community, with a wealth of information,” said lead paleontologist Heinrich Mallison, in a statement to Fox News. “The variety of perspectives that are derived from its unique and novel diseases that will be the subject of research for many years to come.”
Victoria has been estimated to be between the ages of 18 and 25-years-old when she died, not quite fully grown, but still be able to breed. They concluded the skeleton was almost 40 meters tall, the T. rex was estimated to be around 10.5 tons, or 21,000 kg). at the time of death.
Scotty, the world’s largest T. rex was found in Canada earlier this year. Found in Saskatchewan, and the dangerous dinosaurs was estimated to be 42 feet long and weighs 19,400 pounds.
The T. rex had nipped at her jaw by a dinosaur (which is supposed to be one of the other T. rex), which caused an infection and led to her death, Mallison added. “From a bite to her jaw which has led to an unusual result of widespread infection of an included tooth of the maxilla (upper jaw), it is clear that they have helped a lot of rivalries and injuries in the fight in order to survive as an apex predator,” he said in a statement.
Victoria is the second most complete skeleton of behind-the-named-Sue; it was discovered in August of 1990, and it is generally considered to be about 90 percent complete.
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Victoria will be in the first instance, to be displayed at the Arizona Science Center in Phoenix on Nov. The 17th to the 25th of May, by the year 2020. From there, the T. rex skeleton that will go into museums around the world.
The exhibition will also include a 3D projection mapping, holograms, and interactive videos, allowing visitors to see some of Victoria’s life might have been like during the cretaceous period, 66 million years ago.
“The discovery of the Victoria, it is truly remarkable and it really is changing our understanding of the species,” said John Norman, director of the IMG, the Exhibitions that are on the screen, in a statement. “Through Victoria, the T. rex, will offer visitors an in-depth look at the life of a Tyrannosaurus rex, and the extension of existing knowledge, and to create the most exciting, engaging, and holistic dinosaur exhibition to date.”
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From Fox News: Christopher Carbone contributed to this story.