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The Los Angeles County Natural History Museum featured Sue, the largest and most complete skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Sue was purchased from a private party by the Field Museum in Chicago, with financial help from McDonalds, Walt Disney World Resorts and private investors. / photo by Tom Galaraga

T-Rex Sue comes back with a vengeance

Her 12-inch teeth slice sharply through what would be considered a feast for most, however serve her as only a mere appetizer. Her actions have defined her identity, and after being taken from the Greek and Latin terms meaning “tyrant lizard king,” she reigns over what people would one day refer to as the “late […]

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