The world's biggest Triceratops fossil ever found, a 66-million-year-old skeleton affectionately dubbed "Big John," has sold for €6.6 million ($7.7 million) — smashing its high auction estimate of €1.5 million ($1.7 million). cnn.it/3pFe7yi

7:50 AM · Oct 28, 2021

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I’ve got a bone to pick with that price.
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why should important paleogical finds be vanity objects for the rich rather than publicly accessible research and educational materials?
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Can't be real. Isn't the earth only 10,000 years old?
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How can it be sold to a private collector? It belongs to humanity.
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How can you sell a world treasure?
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This is amazing paleontology is really great subject that i have learned🔬🔬
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and the museum????...
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