(via "STAN" - SKULL CAST OF MOST COMPLETE T-REX EVER FOUND.Tyrannosaurus | Lot #53404 | Heritage Auctions)

Tyrannosaurus rexLate CretaceousHell Creek Formation, South Dakota STAN represents the biggest and most complete T-rex ever found. Hailing from the famed Hell Creek Formation of the Late Cretaceous, STAN was discovered in the Spring of 1987 with 65 percent real bone preserved. The skeleton has evidence of a number of pathologies - including a hole in the back of the skull - likely made by the tooth of another T-rex! STAN endured broken ribs, a broken neck and the attack by another T-rex, yet the dinosaur probably died of disease or old age, rather than from any of his numerous injuries. It took an unbelievable 30,000 hours of preparation time to put the skeleton together, which is now on permanent display at the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research Museum in Hill City, South Dakota. The full skeleton is nearly 40 feet long and 12 feet high at the hips… 

(via "STAN" - SKULL CAST OF MOST COMPLETE T-REX EVER FOUND.Tyrannosaurus | Lot #53404 | Heritage Auctions)

Tyrannosaurus rex
Late Cretaceous
Hell Creek FormationSouth Dakota STAN represents the biggest and most complete T-rex ever found. Hailing from the famed Hell Creek Formation of the Late Cretaceous, STAN was discovered in the Spring of 1987 with 65 percent real bone preserved. The skeleton has evidence of a number of pathologies - including a hole in the back of the skull - likely made by the tooth of another T-rex! STAN endured broken ribs, a broken neck and the attack by another T-rex, yet the dinosaur probably died of disease or old age, rather than from any of his numerous injuries. It took an unbelievable 30,000 hours of preparation time to put the skeleton together, which is now on permanent display at the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research Museum in Hill City, South Dakota. The full skeleton is nearly 40 feet long and 12 feet high at the hips… 

Glodine (Age 9) And Dick (by Namey McNamerson)

Glodine (Age 9) And Dick (by Namey McNamerson)