At the Sauriermuseum in Aathal, Switzerland, where our 69 million-year-old T. rex, Trinity, is on display, a team of paleontologists led by Dr. Nizar Ibrahim from the University of Portsmouth is conducting a thorough investigation of the skeleton.

The researchers have carefully examined the skeleton’s tail, as well as the ribcage, forelimbs, and skull. In this way, the team is collecting data on the size and appearance of the bones, while paying special attention to paleopathologies that provide evidence of traumatic injuries and diseases.

This meticulous research will provide valuable insights for the field of paleontology and offer new perspectives on one of the world’s most fearsome dinosaurs, so keep an eye on our website and newsletter for further developments!

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