Largest Dinosaur Skull Ever Discovered to Go on Display at Museum
A team is re-assembling the largest dinosaur skull to be found on the planet so far. It belonged to a torosaurus, an herbivore that lived in North America between 70 and 66-million-years ago. Paleontologists affectionately named this dinosaur Adam. They say it was excavated in the United States and it has been very well-preserved. Adam was assembled at a museum in a safari park in Denmark where it will be unveiled for the public to see. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.