In the first world, the fight to the death of the skeletons of T-Reka and Triceratops will be revealed to the public. The couple was buried 67 million years ago.
It took several years for the “Two-Toned Dinosaurs” to be discovered after it was discovered in Montana, USA in 2006. The discovery was discovered by several friends. This is the first ever complete T-Rex to be discovered, and the amazing find comes complete with bones preserved in place and even skin prints.
The Daily Mail reports that the Tyrannosaurus raccoon and Triceratops horridus – nicknamed the “Two-toned Dinosaurs” – are preserved together in what is considered a predator-prey encounter, where they both fought to the death.
Body contours, skin impressions and injuries – including Tyrannosaurus teeth stuck in the body of Triceratops – can still be seen 67 million years after the fierce battle. “
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences has now acquired millions in ownership of the remains, thanks to the efforts of generous donors. Soon, visitors will be able to experience a truly unique experience.
Museum Director Eric Dorfman said “The museum is delighted to have a unique opportunity to house and explore one of the most important paleontological discoveries of our time.
“Not only can we uncover unknown details about the anatomy and behavior of these animals, but our new dedicated facility and educational programs will allow us to interact with audiences locally, across North Carolina, and around the world.”
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