The Tyrannosaurus rex “Tristan Otto” is one of the best-preserved specimens of its kind in the world. For some five years, the roughly 90-million-year-old dinosaur was the star of Berlin’s Natural History Museum. Now, the huge skeleton has been packed bone by bone into around 30 crates, and sent on one-year loan to Copenhagen, where the 300-piece skeleton has been reassembled with utmost care.
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