If you are someone who appreciates very rare, hard-to-find pieces of history, then you will be exhilarated to discover that owning a genuine, prehistoric Tyrannosaurus rex Skeleton is possible.
The TE-036 mounted T. rex is nicknamed “Roosevelt” because of where the fossil was found – south of Fort Peck Lake, Montana, near the monumental 1940 hydroelectric dam project that was undertaken during then President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s time in office.
Specimen fossils of the T. rex from that area are in museums around the world, and for a very special collector, this mounted “Tyrant Lizard King” can take center stage in one’s personal rarity collection, or in a private museum.
This unique opportunity is made possible by Theropoda Expeditions, to raise funds for further excavation and collection of museum quality fossils. And, this very rare item comes with all the requirements to classify it as a reliable specimen for museum display.