MARY REICHARD, HOST: If you’d like to own a small piece of history — correction, a large piece of history — here’s your chance!
Sotheby’s is about to auction off something found buried in South Dakota.
Speaking with TV station WABC, Cassandra Hatton with Sotheby’s called it …
HATTON: The ultimate trophy to place in one’s home.
Guess what it is? The skull of a Tyrannosaurus rex!
You can bid on it, but brace yourself: it’s expected to fetch at least $15 million dollars.
The rest of its skeleton was lost to time and the elements, but …
HATTON: More people can fit a skull in their home than people who could fit a full dinosaur. So this actually has a wider range of uses.
Yea, I think I’ll pass. My husband hangs animals on the wall already.
It’s The World and Everything in It.
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