Nearly complete skeleton of 2.5-metre tall and 7-metre long Tyrannosaurus bataar expected to fetch up to £1mA magnificent dinosaur skeleton that was stored – in its constituent bits – in a warehouse in Dorset is expected to fetch up to £1m at auction.The skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus bataar, a cousin of T rex, was acquired by the unnamed British collector seven years ago after being discovered in the Gobi desert in Mongolia.He stored the bones in a warehouse near his home until beginning the tricky task of piecing the skeleton together. He half-completed the project before shipping the bones to the US where an American expert helped finish the job.The skeleton, which stands 2.5 metres tall and is 7 metres long, is being sold in New York at the weekend for between $950,000–$1.5m.According to Heritage Auctions, the skeleton up for grabs is a "museum-quality specimen of one of the most...
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