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© Enric Fontcuberta/EFE/Alamy Live NewsDutch paleontologist Anne Schulp, poses next to Trix, the most complete skeleton of Tyrannosaurus rex in the World, which was discovered in Montana (USA) in 2013, as he addresses the media during the presentation of the exhibtion 'T. Rex', at Cosmocaixa in Barcelona, northeastern Spain.
Dutch paleontologist Anne Schulp, poses next to Trix, the most complete skeleton of Tyrannosaurus rex in the World, which was discovered in Montana (USA) in 2013, as he addresses the media during the presentation of the exhibtion 'T. Rex', at Cosmocaixa in Barcelona, northeastern Spain.

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