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At a heart-stopping, 42 feet long and 12 feet high at the hips, Sue is the largest, most complete, and best-preserved T. rex ever discovered! A dramatic, life-sized skeleton cast of Sue is the centerpiece of this blockbuster exhibition that also features digital and hands-on interactive exhibits that help you uncover Sue’s past and explore the field of paleontology.
Entrance to A T. rex Named Sue exhibition is included with museum admission.
|A T. rex Named Sue exhibition extended through May 13, 2018!|
Todo el texto de la exhibición A T. rex Named Sue se ofrece en inglés y español.
A T. rex Named Sue was created by The Field Museum, Chicago, and made possible through the generosity of McDonald’s Corporation.
Major support for A T. rex Named Sue provided by The Charles N. Mathewson CLAT Number Two, The Charles N. Mathewson CLAT Number One, The Bretzlaff Foundation, the Clarence & Martha Jones Family Foundation, Anonymous, Charles and Margaret Burback, the Robert R. Banks Foundation, the Robert Z. Hawkins Foundation, the K&K Grimm Fund at the Community Foundation of Western Nevada, Matt and Lydia Meyer, David and Judy Hess, Silver Standard Resources Inc., NV Energy, Fox 11/KRNV News 4, and Foundry.