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Tuesday, August 12, 2014
The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, Illinois prides itself on owning "largest, best-preserved, and most complete Tyrannosaurus Rex ever found." That dinosaur, nicknamed "Sue," was found 24 years ago today.
Sue is special not only because of her bones. She also has a a unique modern history that includes Native Americans, land fraud, and FBI raids. It sure sounds like they could have used a super hero at that dig!
Some say dinosaurs died off because they couldn't adapt fast enough to changing climate conditions, but not Sue! She's adapting to the digital age just fine. Sue's featured in a documentary about her modern trials, Dinosaur 13 (which is due for release later this week), and like all reality stars, she has a big presence on social media. You can find her on Twitter as @SUEtheTrex.
That's not too bad for someone who's been dead for 67 million years. Someone get this dino an agent!
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