What is cooler than a life-size suit of armor on display in your home? Estimated to sell for up to $2 million, this close relative of the Diplodocus is nearly 90 percent complete, and exclusively assembled from a single specimen, according to Gizmodo. Discovered in 2012 in the Eastern Bighorn Mountains of Johnson County, Wyoming, Skinny is a supposed cousin to the famous Dippy in London’s Natural History Museum. The French Paleomoove Laboratory preserved, restored, and assembled Skinny from 2018 to 2019, as part of a project led by paleontologist Eric Mickeler. “It is currently the only Diplodocus in the world with the imprint of its skin.
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