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Sue: Most-Complete T. Rex Fossil

Sue—the most-complete fossilized remains of a T. rex ever found—is named for its discoverer, Sue Hendrickson.

Experts do not know, however, whether Sue the dinosaur is male or female. The remains are now "owned" by the Field Museum in Chicago, where Sue is a major attraction.

This image of Sue, in residence at the Field Museum, is by Connie Ma. License:  CC BY-SA 2.0

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Media Credits

Image of Sue, at the Field Museum, by Connie Ma. Image online via Wikimedia Commons.  License:  CC BY-SA 2.0

 

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