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Repost of a 3D model courtesy of the Smithsonian’s Digitization Program Office For more models and information about this model and their work visit them on the web at 3d.si.edu Direct link to the originl data set: https://3d.si.edu/t-rex
This T. rex skeleton was unearthed in Montana beginning in 1988. It is posed over a Triceratops horridus. While the T. rex is the fossilized remains of a single animal, the Triceratops is a composite model made possible through digital technology, scaling bones from different specimens to the same size to create this skeleton. ~ https://3d.si.edu/t-rex