When you imagine dinosaurs facing this, the first match that comes to mind is Triserotops vs. T. Rex is. In our collective imagination they are constantly fighting. This is the encounter of the Titans. But these wars did Actually Will it happen?
Yes. Yes they did. We have the fossil to prove it, and for the first time the public can look at one.
Fossil – nickname “Dual dinosaurs“- Originally discovered in 2006, but only a select few have seen it. It shows T. Rex and Trisertopes in battle, literally fighting to the death. Charlotte Observer reported On November 17th.
Trisertopes to date and T. Rex also shows the fossil, encountering the prey of an unusual hunter.
Unlike other museum displays where dinosaur skeletons are preserved, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences plans to proudly remove the remains around the bones by staff paleontologists to display this fossil covered in sandstone.
Museum visitors can also ask questions to the paleontologists who work at the exhibition.
“There is a gold mine of scientific information to be found,” museum director Eric Dorfman told The Charlotte Observer. “We already have a reputation for allowing people to develop science in real time. People can walk and researchers can see the work they do. This fossil allows us to take this idea to the next level with people who engage in science in real time.”
The Friends of North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, a non-profit organization, has acquired the fossils for $ 6 million through private funds and will donate them to the museum’s Vertebrate Paleontology collection. Construction of the museum at SECU DinoLab will begin in 2021.
“We have not yet studied this model; it’s a scientific frontier. Conservation is extraordinary. Section Head Dr. Lindsay Sano said. Said in a statement.
Rendering by artist Anthony Hutchings, he fights Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops horidus.
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