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    Montana's T. rex found at Fort Peck goes on public display [Image 6 of 7]

    Montana's T. rex found at Fort Peck goes on public display

    BOZEMAN, MT, UNITED STATES

    04.11.2015

    Photo by Eileen Williamson 

    U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District

    Montana’s T. rex is the most completely mounted T. rex fossil, not a cast or a replica. The mount includes the animal’s belly ribs, also known as gastralia. Belly ribs apparently helped protect vital organs, and are found in all meat-eating dinosaurs, crocodilians and some other reptiles.

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    Date Taken: 04.11.2015
    Date Posted: 04.11.2015 21:18
    Photo ID: 1868817
    VIRIN: 150411-A-RO090-006
    Resolution: 720x960
    Size: 100.89 KB
    Location: BOZEMAN, MT, US 

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