Fans of exhibitions in Singapore will soon be able to see a historic 68-million-year-old T-Rex Skeleton, excavated from the United States in 2020.
From October 28 to 30, the Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton will be showcased at Concert Hall and Victoria Theatre for the first time. Afterward, the first-ever Asian auction of a t-rex skeleton takes place in Hong Kong on November 30. It is organised by Christie’s.
According to a press release by Christie’s, 79 bones of the dinosaur skeleton were uncovered in a remote area in Montana, United States in 2020. The t-rex named Shen measures 12.2 metres long, 4.6 metres high and 2.1 metres in width, after being reconstructed by a team of paleontologists.
Shen The T-Rex is estimated to be worth $21-$36 million SGD. While two previous sales of t-rex skeletons in New York, Stan Tyrannosaurus Rex sold for S$45,445,234 (US $31,847,500) and The Raptor sold for S$17,712,190 (US $12,412,500).
Certainly, the perfect opportunity for science enthusiasts to learn about prehistoric creatures. Register here for a free visit to the dinosaur skeleton in Singapore.