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  • A tyrannosaurus rex name Sue arrives in Boise

    Sue is the largest complete Tyrannosaurus rex fossil on record at 42 feet long and 13 feet tall. The skeleton was reconstructed at the Discovery Center of Idaho in Boise Jan. 16, 2017, for an exhibit that opened to the public Saturday, Jan. 21, and runs through May 7.

Sue is the largest complete Tyrannosaurus rex fossil on record at 42 feet long and 13 feet tall. The skeleton was reconstructed at the Discovery Center of Idaho in Boise Jan. 16, 2017, for an exhibit that opened to the public Saturday, Jan. 21, and runs through May 7. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Sue is the largest complete Tyrannosaurus rex fossil on record at 42 feet long and 13 feet tall. The skeleton was reconstructed at the Discovery Center of Idaho in Boise Jan. 16, 2017, for an exhibit that opened to the public Saturday, Jan. 21, and runs through May 7. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

A T. rex named Sue, the largest of the species, will be at the Discovery Center in January

December 20, 2016 7:14 PM