Dinosaur skeleton fetches over $3 million

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Dinosaur skeleton fetches over $3 million

The near-complete skeleton of a carnivorous dinosaur which roamed the earth around 150 million years ago was sold at a Paris auction house on Tuesday for 3 million euros ($3.52 million).


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