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Tristan - Berlin shows teeth

With visitBerlin into prehistory - T-Rex Tristan at the Natural History Museum in Berlin.

dinosaur find! TRISTAN OTTO, one of the world’s best preserved specimens of Tyrannosaurus
rex, is presented in Berlin. The 12 metre long original skeleton is
exhibited at Berlin’s Natural History Museum. With this specimen, Berlin’s
Natural History is setting a new milestone as home to the only original T.rex
skeleton in all of Europe. At the same time, a research team from the dig site
will provide continuous updates on its findings for integration into the



Museum für Naturkunde

Invalidenstraße 43 10115  Berlin

Museum für Naturkunde

Invalidenstraße 43 10115  Berlin

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  • Visit Museum of Natural History, which was recently named as the world's most important dinosaur museum by CNN
  • Spectacular dinosaur fund: Admire one of the world's best preserved specimens of a Tyrannosaurus Rex
  • Learn more about the world 150 million years ago and the personal story of the T-Rex TRISTAN OTTO
Get your ticket already now to visit this unique exhibition!
Tickets are valid for permanent and temporary exhibitions.The TRISTAN ExhibitionDuring the exhibition, the scientists want to gain more insight about the prehistoric predators. What diseases did TRISTAN have and what does that say about today’s medical conditions? High-resolution CT scans of the animal’s skull will help deliver answers. The scientists are also exploring TRISTAN’s personal story, such as how old he was, what diseases and injuries he had during his lifetime, and what he died of. To this end, the museum is sending a team of researchers to Montana to make further excavations at the site where TRISTAN was found and collect information on the environment during the giant carnivore’s lifetime.Dinosaurs at the Natural History MuseumBesides TRISTAN,Berlin’s Natural History Museum is also home to the world’s largest, fully assembled Brachiosaurus brancai skeleton. The museum’s dinosaur exhibition sheds light on what the world looked like 150 million years ago. Berlin’s Natural History Museum enjoys a global reputation for its exhibitions and was recently named by CNN as the world’s most important dinosaur museum. Berlin’s Natural History Museum also offers themed tours and a family program geared to various age groups.Tickets: 8,00 €, reduced 5,00 €

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