Skip to main content

Berlin opening Europe's first T-Rex exhibit


This week, Europe's first T-Rex skeleton takes the stage, and Berlin's Natural History Museum is hoping he'll be as popular a performer as his relatives have been elsewhere.

In an interview with, museum director Prof. Johannes Vogel said that Tyrannosaurus Rex specimens "have this funny effect of transforming the perception of museums, and this will be no exception." The museum is well-known in Berlin, and Vogel thinks the exhibit may be the ticket to world status, including doubling visitors from the present 500,000 a year.

The skeleton, actually a native of the U.S., was found in Montana, and is both one of the largest and best-preserved in the world. For more details from, click HERE


Images (1)
  • 0

The best part of every trip is realizing that it has upset your expectations

Add Comment

Comments (0)

Link copied to your clipboard.