Arguably the world’s most important T-Rex is now on display at the Museum of Natural History in Halifax.
Standing 18 feet tall and measuring 42 feet long — from nose to the tip of its tail — this Tyrannosaurus Rex named Sue is the largest, most complete dinosaur of its kind.
The replica of the original opened over the weekend and will be on display until May 8.
During Sue’s stay, the museum will also have exhibits showcasing the history of dinosaurs, their evolution, how scientists believe they went extinct and hands-on interactive exhibits.
Visit museum.gov.ns for complete details, including visiting hours.