Dinosaur skulls sold at auction

Published on June 2nd, 2009 | by Admin


The skulls of a Triceratops and an Alioramus remotus both brought in top dollor at an auction in New York.

A giant 65-million-year-old Triceratops skull sold at Bonhams’ Natural History auction for $242,000 (£148,000).

A skull from a cousin of the T. rex, the Alioramus remotus, went for $206,000 (£126,000). Both sold for almost double the original estimates.

The auction house would not reveal the buyers, but said the bones could end up as home ornaments.

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