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Drouot auction house puts up for sale a Triceratops skeleton more than 66 million years old


Paris (France), Aug 31 (EFE / EPA).- (Camera: Christophe Petit-Tesson) The auction house Drouot will auction on October 21 the skeleton of a Triceratops that is more than 66 million years old. The dinosaur, nicknamed 'Big John', is estimated to fetch 1.5 million euros.FOOTAGE OF THE TRICERATOPS SKELETON THAT WILL GO UP FOR AUCTION IN OCTOBER.

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