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T.rex AMNH 5027 3d printed

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T.rex AMNH 5027

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AMNH 5027 was discovered and excavated in 1908 by Barnum Brown in Montana, and described by Osborn in 1912 and 1916. By the time of its discovery, a cervical series (vertebrae of the neck) for Tyrannosaurus was not yet known, so this specimen it was the one that revealed the characteristic short and robust neck of the tyrannosaurs. Compared with later specimens (BMNH R7994 and FMNH PR2081, for example) the cervical series of AMNH 5027 is much more graceful, so that subsequent discoveries made the distinction between the necks of tyrannosaurids and carnosaurs more obvious. This specimen also provided the first full skull of Tyrannosaurus rex. In all, Brown found five partial skeletons of Tyrannosaurus.This specimen is based on the classic tyrannosaurus of Jurassic Park, therefore the tyrannosaurs that appeared in the movies would be a young specimen in the process of maturing ..This skull does not differ much from T.rex Stan
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