The skeleton, which was discovered in 2013 in the USA. and it is one of the best preserved in the world, will be exhibited until February 18
Trix was a giant Tyrannosaurus rex that survived clashes with other dinosaurs, bone fractures and devastating infections. Before dying, 67 million years ago, he surpassed the unusual age of 30 years. The stakes that he suffered throughout his life were engraved on his bones, extracted in 2014 years in Montana (United States) by a team of paleontologists from the Naturalis Biodiversity Center, the natural science museum in Leiden (Holland).
Today the Barcelona science museum CosmoCaixa has inaugurated an exhibition centered around the skeleton of Trix, which conserves 80% of the original bones. It is the third most complete skeleton of T. rex found to date, one of the best preserved and the oldest. He is currently on a tour of…
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