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Spectacular tyrannosaurus rex skeleton can fetch $25 million at auction (new owner can name too)

A tyrannosaurus rex specimen, nicknamed Shen for now, is the first tyrannosaurus rex to reach the auction block in Asia. (Image credit: Christie’s Images Ltd. [2022])

The powerful tyrannosaurus rex once stalked western North America, but now, for the first time, fossil remains of the dinosaur king are hitting an auction block in Asia, where the bones of the prehistoric beast could fetch up to $25 million, according to Christie’s Hong Kong.

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