The skeleton Stan was discovered in South Dakota in 1987 by amateur paleontologist Stan Saxon. In life, the dinosaur reached an impressive 40 feet (12 meters) long and 13 feet (4 meters) high. < / P > < p > “there is no such Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton in the market. It’s a very rare event when a great one is discovered, “James Hyslop, head of Christie’s Department of science and natural history, said in a press release promoting the history and value of the fossil. This skeleton shows the hard times dinosaurs went through. There are puncture marks on the skull, probably from another T. rex. < p > < p > < p > “Stan” will be auctioned on October 6 during Christie’s 20th century evening auction as part of several days of auction, with other items including a Jackson Pollock painting and a Paul Cezanne watercolor painting. Auctions open online and telephone bidding. Christie’s estimates “Stan” will be sold for $6-8 million. “T-Rex is a brand name that other dinosaurs don’t have,” says Hyslop. “Compared to Picasso, Jeff quince or Andy Warhol, it’s very natural.” The release and download schedule of Microsoft Flight Simulation varies from region to region

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