Munich – Muscle-packed hind legs, sharp claws and a baring set of teeth with 62 razor-sharp fangs: not exactly friendly, but very impressive – the largest predatory dinosaur in the world welcomes visitors to Messe München from today.
The reconstructed, lifelike specimen of the “Spinosaurus aegyptiacus” is the star guest at the “Munich Show 2021”.
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The fast complete skeleton was excavated in the Moroccan desert from 2013 to 2019. It is the first rapid full skeleton of the giant predator.
Dino-Papa Dr. Nizar Ibrahim (39) led the excavations and is now overseeing the construction of the XXL-Dino in Hall A5.
“The original bones are stored in Morocco. The fund is a world sensation. There is only one existing skeleton, ”says the dinosaur expert.
“The model in Munich shows an animal that is not yet fully grown and is not that long either, around ten meters. A fully grown animal was up to 15 meters long and weighed over ten tons. ”